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Extracts from private letters regarding 
the great victory at Loos, and the death 
of Captain Donald Graham, of the Black 
Watch, on the 25th of September, 1915. 



No. 1. 

The 44th Brigade took three lines of German trenches, 
then Loos, then Hill 70, in four hours — 6-30 to 10-30 
a.m. — on Saturday, September 25th, and those four 
Regiments have made an imperishable name for them- 
selves. But at what a cruel cost ! In the attack the 9th 
Black Watch lost nine officers killed and 1 1 wounded, only 
Col. Lloyd and Major Stewart came through untouched — 
truly by a miracle ! 

The killed are : Major Henderson, Capts. Bell, D. N. 
Graham, and Harvey, Lieuts. J. Crighton, J. Henderson- 
Hamilton, Cameron, Sharp, and J. Millars ; and the 
wounded Capts. McLeod and Andrew, and Lieuts. 
A. O. Dennistoun, E. R. Wilson, Glenny, Campbell, 
R. Stirling, Scott-Pearse, Leslie, Wilson, and Dr. Bearne. 
The other four (2nd Captains of each Company) by 
some fortunate chance the General had ordered to be 
left behind — Capts. Carmichael, Rusk, Norrie-Millar, and 



J. L. Wilson; so there are these four, Col. Lloyd and 
Major Stewart, left. 

It has been one of the most glorious things ever done 
by the British Army. 

When the Regiment was gathered after they reached 
Hill 70, there were only 80 men to come, and six 
Corporals ; not a single Sergeant left ; and after, when all 
were gathered, only 280 of all ranks (officers included). 
They were under fire, in their trenches — a furious bom- 
bardment ! — for an hour before the order to charge came 
(the Germans had got wind of the attack to be made), and 
when they climbed out of their trenches there was a hell 
of shells and bullets. In the first few yards six officers and 
60 men fell, yet nothing stopped them ; they dashed 
straight to the German first line, and the devils kept 
firing at them all the way ; then half the Germans 
turned and ran, and the rest held up their hands for mercy, 
but, as Col. Lloyd said, "there was not much mercy left 
in us by then." 

They chased the remnant through Loos to Hill 70, and 
their wonderful bravery can never die ! The 9th Black 
Watch and the Seaforths had to take the trenches, and the 
9th suffered heavier casualties than any other Regiment, as 
they were a good way ahead, and into the first-line German 
trench first. Now the 44th Brigade is back re-organising, 
and, of course, it is only a glorious remnant ; the losses 
were terrible, practically the whole Regiment. But, never, 
never did gallant men go to a more glorious death than 
these. 



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No. 2. 

Donald was one of those six officers who fell at the 
outset of that great attack on Loos. He was at the head 
of his men, and had just led them out of their trench. 
They had covered about a quarter of the 500 yards which 
separated their trench from the enemy's, and were lying 
down to take what cover they could (it seems they always 
advance like this in short rushes), and he had just turned 
on his arm to wave his men on, when a bullet struck him 
in the head. His servant, who was just behind him, ran 
up, but all was practically over, and he writes that the end 
was peaceful. The Chaplain, too, has written that his 
features were calm and peaceful, betokening a painless end. 
He was buried with five other officers, among them 
Mr. Henderson- Hamilton and Mr. Crighton, near the 
place where he fell. He knew the danger of this parti- 
cular advance so well, but said he felt hard and fit enough 
to get over the worst wound, and that if he were killed, 
and it was in doing his duty, it would be well. He did 
everything he could in his letters to prepare his wife for what 
might come, but he had no apprehension for himself, and 
wrote as quietly and calmly as if he had been writing at 
home, and this is especially the case in his last letter, written 
the day before he died, and written as it was during that 
terrific bombardment of French and English guns, which 
had then lasted for the best part of two days and nights. 
His letters show that he realized his responsibilities keenly, 
for he wrote in one of them that as First Captain of 
A Company he would be over the parapet first, and I 
believe that he went over just behind Col. Lloyd. 

He is gone, the truest, and straightest and bravest; 
and God grant that the example he has set we may be able 
to follow. 



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400 Cathedral Street, 

Glasgow, 6th April, iQ2i. 

Dear Sir, 

We understand that your Lordship and other members of 
the Corporation in accepting for the City a Copy of the Roll of Honour we 
have compiled in memory of those connected with our Firms, who served 
in the Great War, are of opinion that it is worthy of being presented to 
His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, as one of the Souvenirs of his 
recent visit to Glasgow. 

This being the case, we shall regard his acceptance of the accompany- 
ing copy, through your Lordship, as a very high honour, and we feel sure 
that to the survivors and to the relations of those whose services are 
recorded, His Royal Highness' acceptance of the book will be most 
gratifying. 

Yours faithfully, 

WILLIAM GRAHAM & CO. 

The Honble. The Lord Provost of Glasgow. 



City Chambers, 
Glasgow, 6th April, iqzi. 

Dear Sirs, 

I have had the pleasure to receive your letter of 6th inst., with 
accompanying Copy of the Roll of Honour which you have compiled in 
memory of those connected with your Firms who served in the Great War, 
and I have to-day forwarded it to Rear- Admiral Sir Lionel Halsey, the 
Private Secretary to the Prince of Wales, with a request that he will take 
an opportunity of laying it before His Royal Highness. I feel sure the 
Prince will be delighted to accept this book, containing as it does such a 
noble record of patriotic self-sacrifice and devotion to the cause of Civilisa- 
tion and Empire, and I congratulate you and your partners on the splendid 
manner in which you and your employees sustained with such conspicuous 
gallantry the great traditions of our Country at one of the most critical 
crises in its history. 

I am also very glad to hear that you have presented a copy of the book to 
the Corporation for preservation in our archives. It will constitute a notable 
addition to the history of the War and the part that Glasgow took in it. 

I am, 

Yours faithfully^ 

THOS. PAXTON. 
Messrs. William Graham & Co. Lord Provost. 



St. James's Palace, S.W., 

7th April, IQ21. 

Gentlemen, 

The Lord Provost of Glasgow has sent me the handsome 
volume containing the record of your partners, staff, and operatives who 
participated in the Great War, which you have so kindly sent for presenta- 
tion to the Prince of Wales. His Royal Highness desires me to express to 
you his grateful thanks for this wonderful record, which is so eminently 
creditable to the patriotism and loyalty of your old-established firm. His 
Royal Highness accepts it with the greatest pleasure, and he is all the more 
interested in it having so recently visited Glasgow. 

Believe me, 

Yours faithfully, 

LIONEL HALSEY, 
Messrs. William Graham & Co. Comptroller. 



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400 Cathedral Street, 

Glasgow, 6th April, 1921. 

Dear Sir, 

We have been much gratified by the intimation we have 
received that The Hon. The Lord Provost and Corporation are willing to 
accept a Copy of the Roll of Honour which we have compiled as a 
Memorial of those connected with our Firms who served in the Great War. 
It was only intended for private circulation amongst those who were 
interested, and it is, therefore, a very great pleasure to us to think that 
this Record may be regarded as worthy of the honour of finding a place 
amongst the archives of the City. 

Yours faithfully, 

WILLIAM GRAHAM & CO. 

Sir John Lindsay, 
Town Clerk, 

City of Glasgow. 



City Chambers, 

Glasgow, Sth April, 1Q21. 

Dear Sir, 

I have received and beg to thank you for the volume 
which you have sent me for acceptance by the Lord Provost and Corpora- 
tion, being, as its title bears, "a Record of the partners, staff, and 
operatives" of your Firm, "who participated in the Great War, 1914-1919.'' 
The record is one of more than usual interest and distinction, and I shall 
have pleasure in adding it to the library of the City Chambers. 



Yours faithfully, 



J. LINDSAY, 

Town Clerk. 



Messrs. William Graham & Co. 



Pref 



ace. 



IN compiling the following record of The Firm's contribu- 
tion to the Great War, we have done all that is in our 
power to make the record a complete one. We regret, 
however, that it has not been possible to obtain particulars 
and photographs in every case ; where these have been 
unobtainable mention has been made of the fact. 

No less than 426 members of The Firm answered the 
call of King and Country, and of th ^e we regret to record 
that 65 made the Supreme Sacrifice. 

In addition to these, 66 others who were either unfit, or 
unable, to serve actively, joined the Indian Defence Force 
or some form of part-time service at home. 

It has not been possible to include our many Portuguese 
Operatives who joined the Portuguese Expeditionary Force, 
as this record is of those who joined the British Forces only. 
Among the former may be specially mentioned Joaquim 
Ferreira Da Silva (employed in the Wine Lodge at 
Oporto), who served in the famous French Foreign Legion 
throughout the Siege of Verdun. 

Of the 10 members of the Graham Family serving, two 
were killed, one was awarded the Victoria Cross, two others 
obtained Honours, and three were Mentioned in Despatches. 

Among other Partners, two obtained Honours and were 
Mentioned in Despatches. 

Of the Staff, 12 obtained Honours and 9 were 
Mentioned in Despatches, while of the Glasgow and 
Manchester Operatives 4 obtained Honours. 



A Resume, showing those who served from Head 
Office and each Branch, is annexed. 

My thanks are particularly due to Mr. H. B. Caw, 
assisted by Mr. W. Mabon and Mr. W. Dallas in Glasgow, 
to Mr. Brannigan in Manchester, and Mr. Johnstone in 
London, all of whom have taken great pains and trouble 
in assisting me to obtain and compile these records. 

I am also indebted to Messrs. Maclure, Macdonald & 
Co., for the great care and interest displayed in the printing 
and production of the Book. 



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The Graham Family. 



Killed. 

CARFIN 

The Hon ble - Capt. William L. C. Graham. 

Indian Army Reserve of Officers. 
Killed 14th July, 1915. 

AIRTHREY. 

Capt. Donald H. N. Graham. 

llth Black Watch (Royal Highlanders). 
Killed in action 25th September, 1915. 



Serving. 

AIRTHREY 

Major James D. Graham. 

Lotbians and Border Horse. 

Major C. T. Graham, O.B.E. 

Royal Engineers. 

Lieut. A. K. GRAHAM. 

Lothians and Border Horse (attached Machine 
Gun Corps\ 
CARFIN. 

Major John St. John Graham. 

D.A.A.G. 12th Division B.E.F. and (later) 
General Headquarters Staff, France. 

Major G. M. A. Graham, C.B.E. 

Quarter-master General Staff, War Office. 

Capt. J. G. Graham. 

4th Highland Light Infantry. 
LARBERT. 

Major J. Reginald N. Graham, V.C. 

2 '9th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (attached 
Machine Gun Corps \ 

Capt. Ian Bolton. 

3rd Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 




The HonWe. Capt. W. L. C. GRAHAM, A.D.C 

Indian Army Reserve of Officers. 

D.A.Q.M.G. Bombay Harbour. 

Killed 14th July, 1915. 




The Hon ble Capt. William L. C. Graham 

(Member of Council). 

Indian Army Reserve of Officers (Cavalry). 

A.D.C., D.A.Q.M.G. 

Member of H.M.'s Bodyguard for Scotland (Scottish Archers). 



Capt. W. L. C. Graham was the eldest son of Mr. 
James N. Graham. He originally joined the 4th (Militia) 
Battalion Highland Light Infantry in 1896, but on going 
to India in 1899 he "sent in his papers" and joined the 
Indian Army Reserve of Officers (Cavalry) in which he 
rose to the rank of Captain prior to the war. 

Captain Graham was mobilised at the outbreak of war, 
and immediately applied to be sent on active service. His 
intimate knowledge of shipping, however, made him of such 
value in Bombay, where the embarkation of most of the 
Indian troops took place, that the authorities refused to 
allow him to go and kept him there as D.A.Q.M.G. of 
Embarkation at Bombay Harbour. His death was due to 
an accident on board the Hospital Ship " Madras." On 
14th July, 1915, Capt. Graham returned from Poona, where 
he had attended a session of the Legislative Council, and on 
the same afternoon the Hospital Ship "Madras" arrived with 
wounded, and as the other officers of the Embarkation Staff 
were engaged Capt. Graham undertook to go on board and 
assist in the work of landing the sick and wounded. 

As soon as the gangway was lowered he ran up it, 
tripped at the top, and fell through an open hatchway to the 
bottom of a coal bunker. As the bunker was empty he fell 
fully thirty feet before striking the iron floor. His injuries 
were very serious — a fracture of the left hip and four ribs. 
Assistance was at once forthcoming, and he was removed to 



a vacant berth, but it was soon apparent that there was 
little chance of his recovery. Hemorrhage set in and he 
died at a quarter past eight o'clock, Mrs. Graham being 
with him at the end. 

The following message was received by Mrs. Graham 

from Major Clive Wigram, Assistant Private Secretary to 

the King- Emperor : — 

" The King and Queen are deeply grieved to hear of the great loss 
which you and the Army have sustained by the tragic death of 
your husband in the service of his country. Their Majesties 
well remember him being in attendance at Delhi as a Scottish 
Archer, and offer you their true sympathy in your sorrow." 

As Assistant Quarter-master General of the Transport 
Service Capt. Graham had rendered invaluable aid through- 
out in organising the embarkation of troops and otherwise 
for which he had received the thanks of the Government 
of India. 

Prior to the war, in May, 1914, on account of the work 
and interest he had taken in the Indian Army Reserve of 
Officers, he was appointed an Honorary Aide-de-camp to 
H.E. the Viceroy. 

He was a member of the King's Bodyguard for Scot- 
land (Scottish Archers), President of the Bank of Bombay, 
Vice-Chairman of the Bombay Chamber of Commerce, and 
member of the Legislative Council. When he met his 
death he was in the fortieth year of his age. 

The following " In Memoriam " Notice appeared in the 
Eton College Chronicle of 23rd September, 1915 : — 

W. L. C. GRAHAM. 

" Capt. W. L. C. Graham died in Bombay on 14th July, 1915, from 
an accident on board a ship which he was inspecting as Chief 
Transport Officer at the Bombay Docks. 

William Lochiel Cameron Graham left Miss Evan's in 1895. 
He never attained the same distinction on the river as other 
members of his family, largely because he played a great deal of 



cricket, not without success, in Second Upper Club ; but he was 
Captain of Aquatics at his Dame's, and rowed in Upper Boats. 
In the winter of 1894 he was on Field Choices before he got his 
House Colours, and would probably have got his Field if play 
had not been interrupted by the great floods ; and he was also 
a member of Sixth Form and Captain of his Dame's. 

He showed the same versatility when he joined his family 
Firm in India in 1899, and in addition to distinguishing himself at 
polo, pigsticking, and paperchasing, he interested himself whole- 
heartedly in any public affairs that came within his scope. He 
was, among other things, Vice-Chairman of the Bombay Chamber 
of Commerce, Chairman of the Bank of Bombay, and a member 
of the Legislative Council ; but his chief interest was in the Indian 
Army Reserve of Officers, in the formation of which he exerted 
himself without much encouragement during the years of peace. 
When war broke out he offered his services in any capacity, and 
on account of his long experience of shipping matters he was put 
in charge of the Bombay Docks, where he met his death. In 
addition to this work he continued to serve on the Bank and the 
Council, and was yet able to find time to act as Joint Secretary of 
the Indian Relief Fund. 

In private life Graham more than maintained the tradition of 
his family for hospitality and generosity, and he has left behind 
him a notable example of what can be achieved by an Etonian 
in India." 




Capt. DONALD H. N. GRAHAM. 

9th Black Watch (Royal Highlanders). 

Killed in Action at Loos, September, .1915. 




Capt. Donald H. N. Graham. 

9th Black Watch. 



Capt. Donald Graham joined the 9th Black Watch (one of 
the first units of Kitchener's Army) in 1914. 

He proceeded with his battalion, which formed part of 
the 9th (Scottish) Division, to France early in 1915, and 
was killed at the Battle of Loos. 

The following are extracts from private letters regard- 
ing the great victory at Loos, and the death of Capt. 
Donald Graham, of the 9th Black Watch, on the 25th of 
September, 1915 : — 

No. 1. 

" The 44th Brigade took three lines of German trenches, then Loos, 
then Hill 70, in four hours — 6-30 to 10-30 a.m. — on Saturday, 
September 25th, and those four regiments have made an imperish- 
able name for themselves. But at what a cruel cost ! In the 
attack the 9th Black Watch lost nine officers killed and eleven 
wounded, only Col. Lloyd and Major Stewart came through 
untouched — tiuly by a miracle ! 

The killed are: Major Henderson, Capts. Bell, D.N.Graham, 
and Harvey, Lieuts. J. Crighton, J. Henderson-Hamilton, 
Cameron, Sharp, and J. Millars; and the wounded: Capts. 
McLeod and Andrew, and Lieuts. A. O. Dennistoun, E. R. 
Wilson, Glenny, Campbell, R. Stirling, Scott-Pearse, Leslie, 
Wilson, and Dr. Bearne. The other four (2nd Capts. of each 
company) by some fortunate chance the General had ordered to 
be left behind — Capts. Carmichael, Rusk, Norrie-Millar, and 
J. L. Wilson ; so there are these four, and Col. Lloyd and Major 
Stewart, left. 

It has been one of the most glorious things ever done by the 
British Army. 

When the Regiment was gathered after they reached Hill 70, 
there were only eighty men to come, and six Corporals ; not a 
single Sergeant left ; and after, when all were gathered, only 280 
of all ranks (officers included). They were under fire, in their 
trenches — a furious bombardment ! — for an hour before the order 
to charge came (the Germans had got wind of the attack to be 
made), and when they climbed out of their trenches there was a 



hell of shells and bullets. In the first few yards six officers and 
sixty men fell, yet nothing stopped them ; they dashed straight to 
the German first line, and the devils kept firing at them all the 
way ; then half the Germans turned and ran, and the rest held up 
their hands for mercy, but, as Col. Lloyd said, ' there was not 
much mercy left in us by then.' 

They chased the remnant through Loos to Hill 7Q, and their 
wonderful bravery can never die ! The 9th Black Watch and the 
Seaforths had to take the trenches, and the 9th suffered heavier 
casualties than any other regiment, as they were a good way 
ahead, and into the first-line German trench first. Now the 44th 
Brigade is back re-organising, and, of course, it is only a glorious 
remnant ; the losses were terrible, practically the whole regiment. 
But, never, never did gallant men go to a more glorious death 
than these." 

No. 2. 

Donald was one of those six officers who fell at the outset of that 
great attack on Loos. He was at the head of his men, and had 
just led them out of their trench. They had covered about a 
quarter of the 500 yards which separated their trench from the 
enemy's, and were lying down to take what cover' they could (it 
seems they always advance like this in short rushes), and he had 
just turned on his arm to wave his men on when a bullet struck 
him in the head. His servant, who was just behind him, ran up, 
but all was practically over, and he writes that the end was peace- 
ful. The Chaplain, too, has written that his features were calm 
and peaceful, betokening a painless end. He was buried with 
five other officers, among them Mr. Henderson-Hamilton and 
Mr. Crighton, near the place where he fell. He knew the danger of 
this particular advance so well, but said he felt hard and fit 
enough to get over the worst wound, and that if he were killed, 
and it was in doing his duty, it would be well. He did everything 
he could in his letters to prepare his wife for what might come, 
but he had no apprehension for himself, and wrote as quietly and 
calmly as if he had been writing at home, and this is especially 
the case in his last letter, written the day before he died, and 
written as it was during that terrific bombardment of French and 
English guns, which had then lasted for the best part of two days 
and nights. His letters show that he realised his responsibilities 
keenly, for he wrote in one of them that as 1st Captain of "A" 
Company he would be over the parapet first, and I believe- that 
he went over just behind Col. Lloyd. 

He is gone, the truest, and straightest, and bravest; and God 
grant that the example he has set we may be able to follow." 




Major JAMES D. GRAHAM. 
Lothians and Border Horse. 




Major James D. Graham. 

Lothians and Border Horse. 



Major James D. Graham joined the Lothians and 
Border Horse on the 20th August, 1915. 

He went with them to Macedonia in October, 
1916, and saw service on that front. 

Returning to England in September, 1917, he 
was stationed at Colchester. 

In January, 1918, he joined the Territorial Force 
Reserve. 



Major C. T. Graham, O.B.E. 

Royal Engineers. 



1915. — Appointed Captain Indian Army Reserve of 
Officers and posted to 26th Punjabis Miranshah, 
Tochi, N.W.P. Proceeded to Mesopotamia with 
the Regiment and took part in the unsuccessful Kut 
Relief operations. 

1916. — Placed in command of all trans frontier men 
withdrawn from Mesopotamia Front. Transferred 
to East Africa and attached to 40th Pathans as a 
reinforcement, and served in British East, German 
East, and Portuguese East Africa. 

1917-18. — On return of Indian Troops given a Staff 
appointment in E.A. and transferred to I.W.T.R.E., 
and demobilised 24th July, 1919. 




Major C. T. GRAHAM, O.B.E. 
Roval Engineers. 




Lieut. A. K. Graham. 

Lothians and Border Horse (attached Machine Gun Corps). 



Lieut. A. K. Graham joined the Lothians and Border 
Horse on 26th March, 1915. 

He served with them in France from August to 
December of that year, when his regiment was sent 
to Salonika. 

He left Salonika in January, 1918, to join the 
Machine Gun Corps (Cavalry) and served in France 
with the 4th Machine Gun Squadron from August, 
1918, to March, 1919. 



Major J. St. J, Graham. 

D.A.A.G. 12th Division B.E.F. and (later) 

General Headquarters Staff, France. 

Member of H.M.'s Bodyguard for Scotland (Scottish Archers). 



Major J. St. J. Graham, who had previously seen 
active service in the South African War, rejoined 
the Lanarkshire Yeomanry in November, 1914, with 
the rank of Captain. 

He was appointed Brigade-Major of the 93rd 
Infantry Brigade on the 3rd January, 1915. This 
Brigade subsequently became the 5th Territorial 
Reserve Brigade, and Major Graham served with it 
until the 15th February, 1917, when he proceeded 
to France. 

In France he was first attached to the 114th 
Infantry Brigade, but on the 26th March he was 
transferred to the Headquarters of the 38th (Welsh) 
Division. 

On the 5th July he was appointed Deputy- 
Assistant Adjutant General of the 12th Division, 
and remained with this Division until becoming 
Deputy-Assistant Adjutant General at General 
Headquarters on the 29th October, 1918. 

He was demobilised on 13th February, 1919. 

He was thrice Mentioned in Despatches — in 
June, 1918; January, 1919; and June, 1919; while 
in February, 1917, he was brought to the notice of 
the Secretary of State for War for valuable services 
rendered in connection with the war. 




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Major J. St. J. GRAHAM. 

General Headquarters Staff, France. 

Thrice Mentioned in Despatches. 





Major G. M. A. GRAHAM, C.B.E. 
Q.M.G. Staff, War Office. 







Major G. M. A. Graham, C.B.E. 

Quartermaster General Staff, War Office. 



Major G. M. A. Graham joined the 14th Battalion 
Middlesex Regiment as 2nd Lieutenant in January, 
1915. 

In July, 1916, he was attached to Staff Head- 
quarters, Woolwich. 

In October, 1916, he was attached Staff Quarter- 
master General Department, War Office, and in 
December of that year was promoted Staff Captain. 

Promoted Major in September, 1918, he became 
Assistant to Chief Inspector of Quartermaster 
General's Service. 

Awarded O.B.E. in February, 1917, and C.B.E. 
(Military) in 1919. 



Capt. J, G. Graham. 

4th Highland Light Infantry. 



Gazetted 2nd Lieutenant on 3rd December, 1908; 
Lieutenant in 1912; and Captain on 1st September, 
1914. He was undergoing annual training with his 
battalion at Tinto, near Lanark, when war broke out, 
and proceeded in August to Southampton Docks 
wmere his company formed part of the Dock Guard 
during the embarkation of the original Expeditionary 
Force. 

Responding to the War Office request for 
officers to serve in West Africa he proceeded in 
June, 1915, to Nigeria, where he served for a year 
with the 1st Battalion Nigeria Regiment (West 
African Frontier Force). He returned to the United 
Kingdom in July, 1916, suffering from malarial fever, 
and was not passed fit again until the spring of 1917, 
when he proceeded to France and was attached to 
the 2nd Highland Light Infantry. 

He was wounded in the right thigh on 23rd 
March, 1918, at Haplincourt, on the Cambrai Front, 
and was thereafter passed fit for home service only. 
He was demobilised on 6th February, 1919. 

Mentioned in Despatches, July, 1919. 




Capt. J. G. GRAHAM. 

4th Highland Light Infantry. 

Wounded. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 





Major J. R. N. GRAHAM, V.C. 

2/9th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders 

(attached Machine Gun Corps). 

Wounded. 




Major John Reginald Noble Graham, V,C. 

2/9th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders 
(attached Machine Gun Corps). 



Major Graham joined the 2/9th Argyll and Sutherland 
Highlanders on the 15th January, 1915, at Dumbarton. He 
was promoted Lieutenant in October of that year, and was 
seconded to the Machine Gun Corps on the 22nd June, 
1916. After a period of training at Grantham he was 
posted to the 136th Company, and sailed for Mesopotamia 
with them on the 18th September, 1916, arriving at Basra 
on the 14th October. He remained with the 136th Company 
throughout the advance to Bagdad. 

After the fall of Bagdad he was engaged at the battle 
of Istabulat on the 22nd April, 1917, at which battle he was 
severely wounded and gained the Victoria Cross. 

Lieut. Graham was in command of his section at the 
time of, the engagement, and accompanied his guns across 
open ground under very heavy rifle and machine gun fire. 
His men were quickly mown down under the hail of bullets, 
and in order to keep the guns supplied he personally assisted 
in carrying the ammunition. 

Although twice wounded he continued during the 
advance to control his guns, and was able with one gun to 
open an accurate fire on the enemy, who were massing for 
a counter-attack. This gun was put out of action by the 
enemy's rifle fire, and he was again wounded. The advanc- 
ing enemy forced him to retire, but before doing so he 
further disabled his gun, rendering it useless. 

He then brought a Lewis gun into action with excellent 
effect till all the ammunition was expended, and being again 



severely wounded he was forced through loss of blood 
to retire. 

His valour and skilful handling of his guns held up a 
strong counter-attack which threatened to roll up the left 
flank of the brigade, and thus averted what might have been 
a very critical situation. His Captain writes : 

" I cannot tell you how proud you should be of Reggie ; he has 
been braver than words can tell, and when I think of his words 
some weeks ago—' Harry, I feel I shall be a coward when it 
comes to the bit ' — his actions, I consider, merit the greatest 
award a soldier can receive. I miss him awfully in the Company 
as a great friend and a good officer ; but I thank Heaven that he is 
only wounded, as the Turks gave us ' pure Hell ' while it lasted." 

After he recovered sufficiently from his wounds he was 
sent to India on sick leave, and joined the M.G.C. Depot at 
Mhow (Central India) in July, 1917. 

He was posted to the 256th Company Machine Gun 
Corps as second in command in September, and was gazetted 
Captain in the 9th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders in 
October, which gazette was subsequently antedated to 
13th July, 1916. 

He returned to Mesopotamia with the 256th Company 
in October, 1917, and proceeded with them up to Bagdad 
and Felinja, where he was ordered to rejoin his old Company 
(136th) as second in command with the rank of Major. 
He rejoined the 136th at Basra and sailed with them for 
Egypt on the 1st January, 1918. He was posted to the 
Command of the 272nd Company on 27th March, proceeded 
up to Palestine 29th March, and transferred to the Command 
of the 136th Company in April. 

He obtained leave home in October, and was demobi- 
lised on 11th January, 1919. 

Posted to the Territorial Force Reserve as Major, 
November, 1919. 




Capt. TAN BOLTON. 

3rd Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 

Wounded. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 




Captain Ian Bolton, 

3rd Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 



Captain Bolton, grandson of Sir John H.N. Graham, 
Bart., joined the 3rd Argyll and Sutherland High- 
landers on 15th August, 1914, and proceeded to 
France (where he was severely wounded) on 11th 
May, 1915. He was promoted Captain on 18th 
October, 1915, and Mentioned in Sir John French's 
Despatch dated 30th November, 1915. Being unfit 
for further active service Captain Bolton was 
appointed Adjutant of the 1st Stirlingshire Volunteer 
Regiment. 



Other Partners. 



WILLIAM GRAHAM, Jr., & CO., 
LISBON. 

S. H. Williams, Lot IB rder I [orse. 






\V. & J. GRAHAM & CO., 

OPORTO. 
I. it. [AMES GRAHAM Adam, North Irish JI 



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LISBON. 



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Capt. S. H. WILLIAMS. 

Lothians and Border Horse. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Portuguese Order of Aviz. 




Capt S. H. Williams. 

Lothians and Border Horse. 



Capt. Williams left Lisbon towards the end of 1915 
to join the Army. He served in France as 2nd Lieut, 
with the Lothians and Border Horse at Ypres and 
Kemmel, and later, on the Somme. 

Early in 1917 he was attached to the Portuguese 
Expeditionary Force as Liaison Officer, and served 
with them at Neuve Chapelle. He was promoted 
Lieutenant in June, 1917, and Captain in January, 
1918. 

He was Mentioned in Despatches in 1917, and 
awarded the Portuguese Order of Aviz. 



OPORTO 





Lieut. JAS. G. ADAM. 

North Irish Horse. 

Twice Mentioned in Despatches. 

Portuguese Order of Aviz. 




Lieut. James Graham Adam. 



North Irish Horse. 



Lieut. Adam joined the Army in Jul}', 1916. He 
received his Commission on the 21st December of 
that year in the North Irish Horse, and proceeded to 
France in March, 1917. Between September, 1917, 
and January, 1919, he was attached to the Portuguese 
Expeditionary Forces as Infantry Liaison Officer, 
and was twice Mentioned in Despatches. He was also 
awarded the Portuguese Order of Aviz. 



William Graham & Co., 

GLASGOW. 



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:: STAFF :: 



Those who have Fall 



en. 



INDEX. 



Name. 

2nd Lt. James Cruickshanks 

2nd Lt. Malcolm Fletcher 

2nd Lieut. J. C. Kerr - 

Capt. Robert Meiklejohn 

2nd Lt. W. T. C. Phillips - 
2nd Lt. John Scott Whyte, M.C, 

L/Cpl. William Clark 
Pte. James C. Edward - 
Sergt. Archie Fulton - 

Pte. Andrew Robertson Gibb - 

Pte. Edward Gledhill 
Pte. Robert C. Mackenzie 
Pte. Thomas Mason 

Pte. Fred Mather 
Pte. J. W. Owen - 
Sergt. -Inst. H. I. Runciman - 

Pte. J. Wilson Stewart 
Sergt. David A. Taylor 

L/Cpl. S. A. Williams 

Pte. W. B. Wright 



Regiment. 

7th Cameronians 
(Scottish Rifles) 

9th Highland Light Infantry 
(Glasgow Highlanders) 

9th Highland Light Infantry 
(Glasgow Highlanders) 

7th Cameronians 
(Scottish Rifles) 

Royal Scots - 

5th Cameronians 
(Scottish Rifles) 

Seaforth Highlanders - 

Royal Army Medical Corps 

17th Highland Light Infantry 
(Commercial Battalion) 

17th Highland Light Infantry 
(Commercial Battalion) 

Highland Light Infantry 

6th Highland Light Infantry 

l/7th Cameronians 
(Scottish Rifles) 

16th Royal Scots 

9th Inniskilling Fusiliers 

9th Highland Light Infantry 
(Glasgow Highlanders) 

Royal Scots Fusiliers - 

17th Highland Light Infantry 
(Commercial Battalion) 

9th Highland Light Infantry 
(Glasgow Highlanders) 

17th Highland Light Infantry 
(Commercial Battalion) 



Department. 
Shipping. 

Bombay Finance. 

Goods Receiving. 

General Goods. 

Goods. 

Calcutta Finance. 

Calcutta Finance. 

John Graham 

& Co., Ltd. 
Bombay Finance. 

Rangoon Goods. 

Rangoon Finance. 
Bombay Finance. 
White Goods. 

Rangoon Finance. 
Shipping. 
General Goods. 

Shipping. 
Bombay Finance. 

General Goods. 

Finance. 



Glasgow 
Staff 




2nd Lieut. JAMES CRUICKSHANKS. 

7th Cameronians (S.R.). 
Died of wounds, 3rd August, 1916. 



2nd Lieut. James Cruickshanks. 

7th Cameronians (Scottish Rifles). 



2nd Lieut. James Cruickshanks, Shipping Depart- 
ment. Joined the 5th Scottish Rifles on 29th January, 

1915. Received his Commission in the 7th Scottish 
Rifles on 5th December, 1915, and went to France 
in May, 1916. Wounded at the Somme on 19th July, 

1916, from the effects of which he died on 3rd August, 
1916, at Rouen. 



2nd Lieut. Malcolm Fletcher. 

9th Highland Light Infantry (Glasgow Highlanders). 



2nd Lieut. Fletcher, Bombay Finance Department. 
A Territorial and mobilised in August, 1914. Drafted 
to Gallipoli with the Queen's Own Royal Glasgow 
Yeomanry. Wounded, and in February, 1916, was 
discharged. Rejoined on receipt of his Commission 
in November, 1916, and was drafted to France. 
Severely wounded near Nieuport, in Flanders, on 
6th September, 1917, and died two days later. 




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2nd Lieut, MALCOLM FLETCHER. 

9th H.L.I. (Glasgow Highlanders). 
Died of wounds, 8th September, 1917. 



Glasgow 
Staff 




2nd Lieut. J. C. KERR. 

9th H.L.I. (Glasgow Highlanders). 

Died in Mesopotamia, 30th March, 1919. 



2nd Lieut. J. C. Kerr. 

9th Highland Light Infantry (Glasgow Highlanders), 



Lieut. Kerr, Goods Receiving Department. Joined 
the Glasgow Highlanders on 16th January, 1915, and 
was wounded at Martinpuich, France, on 19th 
September, 1916. Gazetted Second Lieut, on 4th 
October, 1917, and on 4th March, 1918, proceeded 
to India. Transferred to Mesopotamia and died there 
on 30th March, 1919, of spotted fever. 



Captain Robert Meiklejohn 

7th Cameronians (Scottish Rifles). 



Captain Robert Meiklejohn, General Goods Depart- 
ment. Received his Commission in March, 1915. Died 
of wounds at Gallipoli on 15th November of the 
same year. He was posthumously promoted Captain. 
Mentioned in despatches by General Sir Charles 
Munro, 6th March, 1916, for gallant and dis- 
tinguished service in the field. 



Glasgow 
Staff 




Capt. ROBERT MEIKLEJOHN. 

7th Cameronians (S.R.). 
Killed in action, 15th November, 1915. 



Glasgow 
Staff 




W. T. C. PHILLIPS. 
Royal Scots, 
action, 3rd May, 1918. 



2nd Lieut. W. T. C. Phillips. 

Royal Scots. 



2nd Lieut. Phillips, Goods Department. Joined the 
R.A.M.C. and saw service with this unit in Gallipoli. 
He received a Commission in the Royal Scots and 
proceeded to France, and was killed in action on 
3rd May, 1918. 



2nd Lieut. John Scott Whyte, M.C. 

5th Cameronians (Scottish Rifles). 



2nd Lieut. John Scott Whyte, M.C, Calcutta Finance 
Department. Joined the 5th Scottish Rifles and eventu- 
ally won the Military Cross. For this gallant act 
congratulatory letters were sent from General Sir Herbert 
Plumer, commanding 2nd Army, and from Major-General 
R. J. Penny, commanding 33rd Division. 

The following appeared in the " Glasgow Herald " 

in connection therewith : — 

" This officer led the first wave of the left and leading company 
in a counter-attack. When his left flank became exposed and 
enfiladed from the rear he turned a party about, destroying an 
enemy machine gun and forcing them to retire. He was the 
first man to reach the objective, and then moved across a gap 
to left under heavy fire to gain touch with the next unit. He 
set a fine example throughout." 

The following is an extract from a letter received 
from Lt.-Col. Hugh B. Spens, commanding his bat- 
talion : — 

" He was one of my very best officers and had done magnificently 
ever since he came to us. He began by escaping from the 
Germans when taken prisoner owing to his coolness and 
courage. He was wonderfully gallant when he won the 
Military Cross, and he was always the same. He has done 
splendidly in all the recent fighting, which has been one long 
record of success for the battalion. He was, too, such a lovable 
character and every one was so fond of him. His men 
worshipped him, and he could not do enough for them." 



Glasgow 
Staff 




Killed in action, 23rd October, 1918. 



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STAFF 




L/Cpl. WILLIAM CLARK. 

Seaforth Highlanders. 

Killed in action, 22nd August, 1917. 






L/Cpl. William Clark. 

Seaforth Highlanders. 



L/Cpl. William Clark, Calcutta Finance Department. 
Joined the Seaforth Highlanders, and was killed in 
action on 22nd August, 1917. 



Pte. James C. Edward, 

Royal Army Medical Corps. 



Pte James C. Edward (John Graham & Co., Ltd., 
Wine Coy.). Joined the R.A.M.C, 52nd Lowland 
Division. Went to Gallipoli and afterwards to 
German East Africa, where he died from the effects 
of pneumonia on 11th June, 1918. 



Glasgow 
Staff 




Pte. JAS. C. EDWARD. 

R.A.M.C. 
German East Africa, 11th June, 1918. 



Glasgow 

Staff 




Sergt. ARCHIE FULTON. 

17th H.L.I. (Commercial Batt.). 

Died of wounds, 19th November, 1916- 



Sergt. Archie Fulton. 

17th Highland Light Infantry (Commercial Battalion). 



Sergt. Archie Fulton, Bombay Finance Department. 
Joined the Glasgow Commercial Battalion at the end 
of December, 1914, and proceeded with the battalion 
to France in November, 1915. Severely wounded on 
18th November, 1916, and died the following day. 



Pte. Andrew Robertson Gibb. 

17th Highland Light Infantry (Commercial Battalion). 



Private Andrew Robertson Gibb, Rangoon Goods 
Department. Reported missing on the Somme, 1st 
July, 1916, when his regiment was understood to 
have reached their objective, and presumed that he 
was killed on that date. 



Glasgow 
Staff 




Pte. ANDREW R. GIBB. 

17th H.L.I. (Commercial Batt.). 

Presumed killed in action, 1st July, 1916. 



Glasgow 
Staff 




Pte. EDWARD GLEDHILL. 

H.L.I. 

Killed in action, 13th August, 1916, 



Pte. Edward Gledhill. 

Highland Light Infantry. 



Private Edward Gledhill, Rangoon Finance Depart- 
ment. Killed in action on 13th August, 1916. 



Pte. Robert C. Mackenzie. 

6th Highland Light Infantry. 



Private Robert C. Mackenzie, Bombay Finance 
Department. Killed in action at Gallipoli on 12th 
July, 1915. 



Glasgow 
Staff 




Pte. ROBERT C. MACKENZIE. 

6th H.L.I. 

Killed in action, 12th July, 1915. 



Glasgow 
Staff 



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Pte. Thomas Mason. 

l/7th Cameronians (Scottish Rifles). 



Pte. Thomas Mason, White Goods Department. 
Drafted with the 52nd Lowland Division to Gallipoli 
and killed in action on 28th June, 1915. 



Pte. Fred Mather. 

16th Royal Scots. 



Pte. Fred Mather, Rangoon Finance Department. 
After serving in the H.L.I, and Scottish Rifles he 
was transferred to the 16th Royal Scots on arrival 
in France. Reported missing 10-1 5th April, 1918, 
and is now presumed killed. 



Glasgow 
Staff 




Pte. FRED MATHER. 

16th Royal Scots. 

Killed in France, 10-15th April, 1918. 



Glasgow s^rCG^ 

Staff 




Pte. J. W. OWEN. 

9th Inniskilling Fusiliers. 

Died of wounds, 27th October, 1918. 



Pte. J. W. Owen. 

9th Inniskilling Fusiliers. 



Pte. J. W. Owen, Shipping Department. Died of 
wounds on 27th October, 1918, in a Casualty Clear- 
ing Station in Flanders. 



Sergt.-Inst. Henry Irvine Runciman. 

9th Highland Light Infantry (Glasgow Highlanders), 
attached to Machine Gun Corps. 



Sergt.-Inst. Runciman, General Goods Department. 
Invalided home from Salonica after four and a half 
years' service, and died of bronchial pneumonia in 
Manchester Hospital on 21st February, 1919. 






Glasgow 
Staff 





Sergt.-Inst. HENRY I. RUNCIMAN. 

9th H.L.I. (Glasgow Highlanders), 

attached to M.G.C. 

Died 21st February, 1919. 



Glasgow 
Staff 




Pte J. WILSON STEWART. 

Royal Scots Fusiliers. 

Killed in action, 18th October, 1918. 



Pte. J. Wilson Stewart. 

Roval Scots Fusiliers. 



Pte. J. W. Stewart, Shipping Department. Killed 
in action in France on 18th October, 1918. 



Sergt. David A. Taylor. 

17th Highland Light Infantry (Commercial Battalion). 



Sergt. David A. Taylor, Bombay Finance Depart- 
ment. Joined the Glasgow Commercial Battalion, 
September, 1914, and became a Sergeant before the 
battalion left for France in November, 1915. 
Reported by War Office as missing at the Somme 
on 1st July, 1916, and since notified that he was 
killed on that date. 



Glasgow 
Staff 




Sergt. DAVID A. TAYLOR. 
17th H.L.I. (Commercial Batt.). 
Killed in action, 1st July, 1916. 



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L/Cpl. S. A. WILLIAMS. 
9th H.L.I. (Glasgow Highlanders). 
Killed in action on or about 15th July, 1916. 



L/Cpl. S. A. Williams. 

9th Highland Light Infantry (Glasgow Highlanders). 



L/Cpl. Williams, General Goods Department. Served 
with the 5th Scottish Rifles as a Territorial from 1909 
and was mobilised at the outbreak of the war. Trans- 
ferred to the 9th H.L.I, on 5th February, 1916, and 
drafted to France on 27th April, 1916. Reported 
wounded and missing, but later officially reported 
killed in action on or about 15th July, 1916. 



Pte. W. B. Wright. 

17th Highland Light Infantry (Commercial Battalion). 



Pte. W. B. Wright, Finance Department. Seriously 
wounded in France on 5th January, 1916, from the 
effects of which he died in the Royal Victoria 
Hospital, Netley. 



Glasgow 
Staff 




B. WRIGHT. 

(Commercial Batt.). 
wounds, 1916. 



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INDEX. 



Name. Regiment. Department. 

Capt. R. B. Aitken, M.C. - Lanarkshire Yeomanry - Rangoon Finance. 

Lt. John Hamilton, M.C. - Camel Transport Corps - Finance. 

Lt. H. A. Henry, Croix de Guerre 7th Highland Light Infantry White Goods. 

Capt. Wm. Pettigrew, M.C. - 6/7th Royal Scots Fusiliers Bombay Finance 

Lt. C. M. Robertson, M.C. - Royal Naval Division - Abelheira Co., Ltd. 

Cpl. Chas. McGugan, M M. - 6th Royal Inniskilling Fus. Braco de Prata Co. 



Glasgow 
Staff 




Capt. R. B. AITKEN, M.C. 
Lanarkshire Yeomanry, attached 12th Batt. H.L.I. 



Capt. R. B. Aitken, M.C. 

Lanarkshire Yeomanry, attached to 12th Battalion 
Highland Light Infantry. 



Capt. Aitken, Rangoon Finance Department. Joined 
the Army in 1914 and has since seen service in 
Gallipoli and France. Was awarded the Military 
Cross for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
during the successful operations east of Ypres, 29th 
September to 1st October, 1918. When his company 
got into the outskirts of Wervicq, his company com- 
mander being killed and the only other officer in the 
company wounded, he immediately took command. 



Lieut. John Hamilton, M.C. 

Camel Transport Corps, Egypt. 
Twice mentioned in despatches (Murray's). 



Lieut. Hamilton, Finance Department. Enlisted 
September, 1914, in the Royal Field Artillery. 
Drafted to Egypt, and having previous experience 
with the handling of native labour there he was soon 
transferred to the Camel Corps, and afterwards 
received his Commission. He was awarded the 
Military Cross for conspicuous gallantry and devotion 
to duty. Was responsible for getting the ammunition 
of the division safely away on five occasions under 
heavy shell fire, and supplied the guns with shells 
when others had failed to get through the barrage. 



Glasgow 
Staff 




Lieut. JOHN HAMILTON, M.C. 

Camel Transport Corps, Egypt. 

Twice mentioned in despatches (Murray's). 



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Lieut. H. A. HENRY (Croix-de-Guerre). 
7th H.L.I. 




Lieut. H. A. Henry (Croix-de-Guerre). 

7th Highland Light Infantry. 



Lieut. Henry, White Goods Department. Was a 
private in the 9th H.L.I. (Glasgow Highlanders) prior 
to the outbreak of the war, and in November, 1914, he 
received a Commission in the 7th H.L.I. Commended 
in August, 1918 (Outtersteene), and for conspicuous 
gallantry and devotion to duty during the successful 
attack on Courtrai, 16- 19th October, 1918, was awarded 
the Belgian Croix-de-Guerre. 



Capt. Wm. Pettigrew, M.C. 

6/7th Royal Scots Fusiliers. 



Capt. Pettigrew, Bombay Finance Department. 
Enlisted in 17th H.L.I, and was Commissioned in 
March, 1915. Proceeded to France in September, 
1915, and served in France and Belgium until 
demobilised in February, 1919. Mentioned in 
despatches, 1916, and won the Military Cross in 
September, 1918, for work in attack on Aubers 
Ridge. 



Glasgow 
Staff 





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Capt. WM. PETTIGREW, M.C. 
6/7th Royal Scots Fusiliers. 





Lieut. CHAS. M. ROBERTSON, M.C. 
"Anson" Batt. Royal Naval Division. 




Lieut. C. M. Robertson, M.C. 

"Anson" Battalion Royal Naval Division. 



Lieut. Robertson, Abelheira Paper Mills, Ltd; Joined 
the Anson" Battalion Royal Naval Division and 
went to France where he gained the Military Cross 
for conspicuous gallantry during an attack. His men 
were splendidly led, and when units on his flank were 
compelled to retire he established a flank defence 
which he held until severely wounded. By his prompt 
action and courage a critical situation was averted. 



Cpl. Chas. McGugan, MM 

6th Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. 



Cpl. McGugan, Braco de Prata Printing Co., Ltd. 
Mobilised at the commencement of the war. Served 
in Salonica, Egypt, and France, and was awarded 
the Military Medal for conspicuous bravery, 17th 
September, 1918. 



Glasgow 
Staff 





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Cpl. CHAS. McGUGAN, M.M. 

6th Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. 




Wounded 



INDEX. 



Name. 

2nd Lt. J. W. Anderson 

Lt. Robert B. Barr 

2nd Lt. Duncan Cameron 

Lt. J. H. Clegg, Mons Star - 

Lt. M. C. Clodd 

Sub-Lt. W. R. Dick- 

Capt. James Cunningham 

Lt. Wm. Killin - - - 

Lt. A. W. Martin - 

Capt. J. W. Muirhead, Mons Star 

2nd Lt. Fred. C. McGugan - 

2nd Lt. G. B. Robertson 

Lt. A. R. Steven 

Lt. D. MacD. Hill Tainsh - 

L/Cpl. James Allan 

Driver William Arnott 

Signaller A. Capstick 
Cpl. Alex! Hardie - 
Pte. James Hutchison - 

Pte. A. Hutchison - 

Cpl. R. A. Inglis 
Pte. James B. Kelly 

Pte. Daniel Martin 
Pte. A. J. M. Ronald 
L/Cpl. W. J. Smith - 
Pte. J. K. Simpson - 
L/Cpl. J. H. Whyte - 



Regiment. 

45th Chinese Labour Group - 

2nd Highland Light Infantry - 

Seaforth Highlanders 

Royal Scots Fusiliers 

4th Battalion Scottish Rifles - 

Royal Air Force 

Argyll and Sutherland Highrs. 

2nd Hampshire Regiment 

5th Highland Light Infantry - 

6th Seaforth Highlanders 

9th Highland Light Infantry - 
(Glasgow Highlanders) 

9th Highland Light Infantry - 
(Glasgow Highlanders) 

5th Cameronians ( Scottish Rifles) 

10th Black Watch - 

17th Highland Light Infantry - 
(Commercial Battalion) 

3rd Lowland Brigade Roval - 
Field Artillery (T.) 

l/5th Highland Light Infantry 

Royal Field Artillery 

17th Highland Light Infantry - 
(Commercial Battalion) 

17th Highland Light Infantry - 
(Commercial Battalion) 

l/6th Highland Light Infantry 

17th Highland Light Infantry 
(Commercial Battalion) 

15th Durham Light Infantry - 

7th Black Watch (Royal Highrs.) 

10/1 lth Highland Light Infantry 

7th Seaforth Highlanders 

l/7th Gordon Highlanders 



Department. 
W T hite Goods. 
Shipping. 
Calcutta Finance. 
Yarn . 
Finance. 

Calcutta Finance. 
Bombay Finance. 
Goods. 
Shipping. 
Chartering. 
Portuguese Ship'nj 

Calcutta Finance. 

Rangoon Goods. 
Bombay Finance. 
Karachi Finance. 

Braco de Prata Co. 

Shipping. 

Goods. 

Telegraph. 

Yarn. 



Rangoon Finance. 
Calcutta Finance. 

Finance, 
Goods. 

Bombay Finance. 
Bombay Finance. 
Rangoon Goods. 



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2nd Lieut. J. W. ANDERSON. 
45th Chinese Labour Group. 

Wounded. 



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Lieut. ROBT. B. BARR. 
2nd H.L.I. 



Wounded. 




2nd Lieut. J. W. Anderson. 

45th Chinese Labour Group. 



2nd Lieut. Anderson, White Goods Department. 
Was mobilised with the Territorials at the outbreak 
of Avar, and proceeded to Gallipoli with the l/7th 
Cameronians (Scottish Rifles). Was wounded and 
invalided home. On reporting fit he received his 
Commission and was sent to France. 



Lieut. Robt. B. Barr. 

2nd Highland Light Infantry. 



Lieut. R. B. Barr, Shipping Department. Joined up 
28th December, 1914, and gazetted to the 8th H.L.I. 
(T.F.). Served in France from September, 1916, 
and, having joined the Tanks Corps, was wounded at 
Amiens on 8th August, 1918. 



2nd Lieut. Duncan Cameron, 

Seaforth Highlanders. 



Lieut. Cameron, Calcutta Finance Department. 
Joined the Seaforth Highlanders in May, 1916, and 
was wounded in France with the H.L.I, in March, 
1917. Received a Commission in the A. & S. High- 
landers in June, 1918. 



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Lieut. J. H. Clegg, Mons Star. 

Royal Scots Fusiliers. 



Lieut Clegg, Yarn Department. Mobilised with the 
5th Battalion Scottish Rifles on 5th August, 1914. 
Served in France 1914-1915, Palestine 1917-1918, 
and France in 1918, where he was wounded in August, 
1918. 



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Royal Scots Fusiliers. 

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Lieut. M. C. CLODD. 
4th Batt. Scottish Rifles. 



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Lieut. M. C. Clodd. 

4th Battalion Scottish Rifles. 



Lieut. Clodd, Finance Department. Joined the 4th 
Battalion Scottish Rifles in November, 1915, and 
proceeded to France in January, 1917, with the 8th 
Border Regiment. Was wounded on 13th April, 1918. 



Sub-Lieut. W. R. Dick. 

Royal Air Force. 



Sub-Lieut. Dick, Calcutta Finance Department- 
Enlisted in the 2nd Scottish Horse on 4th September, 
1914, and proceeded to Gallipoli with this unit on 18th 
August, 1915. Was transferred to the Imperial 
Camel Corps on 3rd July, 1916, and received his 
Commission in the 3rd Wing R.A.F. on 23rd Sep- 
tember, 1918. Served in Gallipoli, Egypt, Palestine, 
and was wounded in Arabia in the month of August, 
1918. 



Capt. James Cunningham. 

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 



Captain Cunningham, Bombay Finance Department. 
At the outbreak of the War was a Cadet in the 
Glasgow O.T.C., and joined up on 22nd August, 
1914, obtaining a Commission in the A. & S. High- 
landers. Went to France on 11th December, 1914, 
and was wounded on 25th April, 1915, at Ypres, and 
invalided home. Rejoined his battalion in January, 
1916, with the rank of Captain. Was again wounded 
at Beaumont Hamel on 15th November, 1916, and 
returned to France in April, 1917. Was taken 
prisoner on 23rd March, 1918. 



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Staff 




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Capt. JAMES CUNNINGHAM. 
A. & S. Highlanders. 

Wounded twice and taken prisoner. 




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Lieut. WM. KILLIN. 
2nd Hampshire Regiment. 

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Lieut. A. W. MARTIN. 
5th H.L.I. 



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Lieut. Wm. Killin. 

2nd Hampshire Regiment. 



Lieut. Killin, Goods Department. Enlisted 4th 
December, 1914, in the 17th H.L.I. Served three 
years in France and was wounded at the Somme in 
July, 1916, and again near Arras in May, 1918. 



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Lieut. A. W. Martin. 

5th Highland Light Infantry. 



Lieut. Martin, Shipping Department. Joined the 
2/6th H.L.I, in February, 1915, and was Com- 
missioned to the 5th H.L.I, on 5th August, 1916. 
Was transferred to the 18th H.L.I., France, on 1st 
October, 1916, and was wounded on 25th August, 1917. 



Capt. J. W. Muirhead, Mons Star. 

6th Seaforth Highlanders. 



Capt. Muirhead, Chartering Department. Enlisted 
in the Glasgow Highlanders on 5th September, 1914, 
and proceeded to France on 2nd November, 1914. 
Was transferred to the 6th Seaforths on 22nd July, 
1916. Wounded and mentioned in despatches, 10th 
April, 1918. 



2nd Lieut. Fred. C. McGugan. 

9th Highland Light Infantry (Glasgow Highlanders) 



Lieut. McGugan, Portuguese Shipping Department. 
Joined the 9th H.L.I. (Glasgow Highlanders) on 19th 
November, 1914, but on arriving in France on 2nd 
August, 1916, was transferred to the London Scottish. 
Was wounded at the Somme on 25th September, 
1916. Obtained his Commission, and on 19th April, 
1918, again proceeded to France. 



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Staff 




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Mons Star. 
6th Seaforth Highlanders. 



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9th H.L.I. (Glasgow Highlanders). 

Wounded. 







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9th H.L.I. (Glasgow Highlanders) 

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Lieut. A. R. STEVEN. 
5th Cameronians (S.R.). 

Wounded. 



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2nd Lieut. G. B. Robertson. 

9th Highland Light Infantry (Glasgow Highlanders). 



2nd Lieut. Robertson, Calcutta Finance Department. 
Joined the 7th A. & S. Highlanders on 8th April, 1916, 
and was wounded in the Battle of Arras, 9th April, 
1917. Commissioned to the 9th H.L.I. (Glasgow 
Highlanders), 8th April, 1918. 



Lieut. A. R. Steven. 

5th Cameronians (Scottish Rifles). 



Lieut. Steven, Rangoon Goods Department. Was 
gazetted to the 5th Scottish Rifles on 13th October, 
1915, and proceeded to France on 13th July, 1916. 
Was wounded at Gavrelle, near Arras, on 13th 
Mav, 1917. 



Lieut. D. MacD. Hill Tainsh. 

10th Black Watch. 



Lieut. Tainsh, Bombay Finance Department. 
Gazetted to 2nd Cameron Highlanders, 5th November, 
1915. Served abroad with 10th Black Watch, 
Salonica Army. Wounded July, 1917. 



L/Cpl. James Allan. 

17th Highland Light Infantry (Commercial Battalion). 



L/Cpl. Allan, Karachi Finance Department. Enlisted 
on 13th September, 1914, and embarked for France 
on 23rd November, 1915. Was wounded at the 
Somme on 1st July, 1916, and discharged as unfit for 
service on 24th November, 1917. 



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Lieut. D. MacD. HILL TAINSH. 

10th Black Watch. 

Wounded. 



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L/Cpl. JAMES ALLAN. 
17th H.L.I. 

Wounded. 




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Staff 




Driver WM. ARNOTT. 
R.F.A. 

Wounded. 



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Signaller A. CAPSTICK. 
l/5th H.L.I. 

Wounded. 



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Driver Wm, Arnott. 

3rd Lowland Brigade Royal Field Artillery (T. 



Driver Arnott, Braco de Prata Printing Company, Ltd. 
Joined the R.F.A. on 26th May, 1916, embarking for 
France on 24th March, 1917. Was wounded at 
Messines Ridge, 30th May, 1917. 



Signaller A. Capstick. 

l/5th Highland Light Infantry. 



Signaller Capstick, Shipping Department. Joined 
up on 26th October, 1914, and was wounded at 
Bullecourt, France, 22nd March, 1918. 



Cpl. Alex. Hardie. 

Royal Field Artillery. 



Cpl. Hardie, Goods Department. Joined up on 27th 
March, 1916, and landed in France on 14th September 
of the same year- Was wounded and gassed on 
21st March, 1918. 



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Pte. James Hutchison. 

17th Highland Light Infantry (Commercial Battalion). 



Pte. James Hutchison, Telegraph Department. 
Joined the 17th H.L.I. (Commercial Battalion) on 
15th September, 1914, and embarked for France on 
23rd November, 1915. Was wounded on 1st July, 
1916. 



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17th H.L.F. 

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17th H.L.I. 



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Pte. A. Hutchison. 

17th Highland Light Infantry (Commercial Battalion) 



Pte. Hutchison, Yarn Department. Joined the 17th 
H.L.I. (Commercial Battalion) on 15th September, 

1914, and proceeded to France on 23rd November, 

1915. Was wounded in the Battle of the Somme on 
1st July, 1916, and also at Ypres, 31st July, 1917. 
Was discharged as unfit for further service on 5th 
November, 1918. 



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Cpl. R. A. Inglis. 

l/6th Highland Light Infantry. 



Cpl. Inglis, Rangoon Finance Department. Joined 
up in the early part of 1915. Served in Gallipoli, 
Egypt, and France. Was wounded at Gavrelle, 
France, on 27th August, 1918. 



Pte. James B. Kelly. 

17th Highland Light Infantry (Commercial Battalion). 



Pte. Kelly, Calcutta Finance Department. Enlisted 
on 13th September, 1914, in the 17th H.L.I. (Com- 
mercial Battalion), and was wounded in the Battle 
of the Somme, 14th July, 1916. Was transferred 
to the 1st Cameronians on 1st September, 1916, 
proceeded to France and was again wounded in the 
Battle of Arras on 14th April, 1917. Was discharged 
as unfit for further service on 14th December, 1917. 



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Pte. Daniel Martin. 

15th Durham Light Infantry. 



Pte. D. Martin, Finance Department. Enlisted in 
the Royal Fusiliers in March, 1916, and proceeded to 
France with the regiment in August, 1916. Was 
invalided home in the summer of 1917 suffering from 
septic poisoning. On reporting fit he was again sent 
to France and transferred to the 15th Battalion 
Durham Light Infantry in March, 1918. Was shot 
through the right leg by a machine gun bullet on 6th 
October, 1918. 



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Staff 




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Pte. JAMES B. KELLY. 

17th H.L.I. (Commercial Batt. 

Wounded twice. 






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Pte. DANIEL MARTIN. 

15th Durham Light Infantry. 

Wounded. 




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Staff 




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Pte. A. J. M. RONALD. 
7th Black Watch (R.H.). 



Wounded. 



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L/Cpl. W. J. SMITH. 
10 11th H.L.I. 



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Pte. A. J. M. Ronald. 

"7th Black Watch (Royal Highlanders). 



Pte. Ronald, Goods Department. Enlisted in the 
Cameron Highlanders on 21st May, 1917, but on 
arriving in France was transferred to the 7th Battalion 
Black Watch. Was with the 51st Division in the 
Spring Offensive of 1918, and was wounded near 
Rheims in July, 1918. 



L/Cpl. W. J. Smith. 

10/llth Highland Light Infantry. 



L/Cpl. Smith, Bombay Finance Department. Joined 
up on 1st October, 1914, and proceeded to France in 
September, 1916. Was severely wounded on -24th 
August, 1918. 



Pte. J. K. Simpson. 

7th Seaforth Highlanders. 



Pte. Simpson, Bombay Finance Department. Joined 
the Army in June, 1917, and was severely wounded 
in France on 21st December, 1917. 



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L/Cpl. J. H. Whyte. 

l/7th Gordon Highlanders. 

L/Cpl. Whyte, Rangoon Goods Department. 
Enlisted on 29th June, 1917. Served in Italy and 
France, and was wounded on 25th July, 1918. 



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Staff 




Pte. J. K. SIMPSON. 
7th Seaforth Highlanders. 

Wounded. 



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L/Cpl. J. H. WHYTE. 
]/7th Gordon Highlandeis. 



Wounded. 



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Name. 

Sub-Lt. T. L. Dennison - 
Capt. Stephen Graham 

Lt. G. S. HONEYCOMBE - 

Capt. F. S. Leslie - 

Lt. C. E. Mackellar 
Lt. W. D. Robertson - 

Sapper R. J. Allan - 
Cadet W. W. Anderson - 
Pte. James G. Barrie 
Sergt. John Brown - 
Pte. F. G. Buchanan 
Gunner A. Colquhoun - 
Sergt. John M. Colvin - 
Leading AircraftsmanW. M. Core 
S/Sergt. H. Gordon Craig 
Pte. John K. Campbell - 
Driver A. T. Crawford - 

L/Cpl. Wm. Dallas 

Gunner S. B. Downes - 

Telegraphist P. Dunbar - 

Signaller A. Easton 

2nd A/M. J. F. Gorrie - 

Batry.Q.M. /Sergt. R. D. Grieve 

Pte. R. Gillies 

Cpl. A. Graham 

Sergt. James S. Gunn 

Cpl. J. M. Hamilton 

Gunner G. Hart 

Pte. Norman Kennedy - 

Deckhand A. Lochhead - 

Pte. A. Miller 

Gunner Geo. F. Milligan 

Sergt. James M'Hutchison - 

L/Cpl. T. P. Mackenzie 

A.C/1. J. C. MTntyre - 

Pte. A. G. M'Lachlan - 

Sergt. John M'Donald - 

Pte. James Paterson 
Pte. John Robertson 
Pte. F. A. Ronald - 
L/Cpl. Wm. N. Shearer 
Sergt. James Stevenson 
Pte. R. W. Walker 
Cpl. James Whyte - 
Pte. Thos. Welsh - 
Pte. D. B. Young - 



Regiment. 

Royal Air Force 
Royal Army Service Corps 
4th King's Royal Rifle Corps 
4th Highland Light Infantry 

Royal Garrison Artillery - 
489th Siege Battery - 

(Royal Garrison Artillery) 
Royal Engineers - 

Royal Air Force - - 

Highland Light Infantry - 
Royal Army Service Corps 
Machine Gun Corps - 
Royal Field Artillery - 
Royal Air Force 
Royal Air Force 
Royal Army Service Corps 
Royal Army Medical Corps 
Army Service Corps 

(attached Royal Engineers) 
Royal Army Medical Corps 
Royal Field Artillery - 
Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve 
12th Highland Light Infantry - 
Royal Air Force - 

404th Batry. Royal Field Artillery 
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders 
Royal Army Pay Department - 
Labour Corps - - - - 
4th Royal Scots Fusiliers - 
Royal Field Artillery 
l/9th Royal Scots - 
H.M.T. "Lysander"- 
Highland Light Infantry - 
Royal Field Artillery - 
5/6th Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) 
2/ 10th Royal Scots - 
Royal Air Force 
16th Scottish Rifles - 
9th Highland Light Infantry 

(Glasgow Highlanders) 
King's Own Scottish Borderers - 
15th Highland Light Infantry - 
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders 
51st Highland Light Infantry - 
l/7th Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) 
Royal Army Ordnance Corps 
Army Pay Corps - 
Gordon Highlanders - - - 
Royal Army Medical Corps 



Department. 

Bombay Finance. 
Braco de Prata Co. 
Bombay Finance, 
John Graham 

& Co., Ltd. 
Boa Vista Co. .Ltd. 
Bombay Finance. 

Shipping. 
Goods. 

Portuguese Ship'g. 
Rangoon Finance. 
Goods Receiving. 
Goods. 

Abelheira Co . , Ltd . 
Shipping. 
Turkey Red Goods. 
Calcutta Finance. 
John Graham 

& Co., Ltd. 
Statistical. 
Bombay Finance. 
Goods. 
Tickets. 
Shipping. 
Tickets. 

BoaVistaCo.,Ltd. 
Karachi Finance. 
Karachi Finance. 
White Goods. 
Goods. 

Goods Receiving. 
Turkey Red Goods. 
Telegraph . 
Secretarial. 
Goods Receiving. 
White Goods. 
Karachi Finance. 
Calcutta Finance. 
Tickets. 

Telegraph . 

Abelheira Co., Ltd. 

Calcutta Finance. 

Calcutta Finance. 

Goods. 

Finance. 

Shipping. 

Finance. 

Boa Vista Co., Ltd. 




Sub-Lieut. T. L. DENNISON. 
R.A.F. 



Capt. S. GRAHAM. 
R.A.S.C. 

Mentioned in despatches (Haig's), 




Lieut. G. S. HOXEYCOMBE. 
4th K.R.R.C. 



Capt. F. S. LESLIE. 
4th H.L.L 






Sub-Lieut. T. L. Dennison. 

Royal Air Force. 

Sub-Lieut. Dennison, Bombay Finance Department. 
Joined up in August, 1917. 



Capt. Stephen Graham. 

Royal Army Service Corps. 

Capt. Stephen Graham, Secretary of the Braco de 
Prata Printing Co., Ltd. Joined up in October, 1914. 
Served as S.S.O., 36th Division, France and Flanders. 
Mentioned in despatches (Haig's). 



Lieut. G. S. Honeycombe. 

4th King's Royal Rifle Corps. 

Lieut. Honeycombe, Bombay Finance Department. 
Joined the Army on 3rd May, 1917, and served in 
Salonica and France. 



Capt. F. S. Leslie. 

Manager, John Graham & Co., Ltd. (Wine Coy.). 
4th Highland Light Infantry. 

Capt. Leslie joined the 4th H.L.I, on 8th August, 
1914, and proceeded to Mesopotamia in January, 1916, 
where he was attached to the 1st H.L.I. He was 
invalided to India with dysentry and sunstroke, and 
later became 2nd in command (with rank of Major) 
of No. 1 Reserve Battalion, India. In 1918 he pro- 
ceeded to Salonica, and was demobilised in April, 1919. 



Lieut. C. E. Mackellar. 

Royal Garrison Artillery. 

Lieut. Mackellar, Boa Vista Co. Mobilised on 4th 
August, 1914, and served in Gallipoli and Egypt. 



Lieut, W. D. Robertson. 

489th Siege Battery Royal Garrison Artillery. 

Lieut. Robertson, Bombay Finance Department. 
Enlisted in the Royal Engineers on 19th September, 
1914. Received a Commission on 20th December, 
1916, in the Royal Garrison Artillery, and proceeded 
to France on 9th March, 1917. 



Sapper R. J. Allan. 

Royal Engineers. 

Sapper Allan, Shipping Department. Enlisted on 
18th October, 1916. 



Cadet W. W. Anderson. 

Royal Air Force. 

Cadet W. W. Anderson, Goods Department. Joined 
up in July, 1918. 







Lieut. C. E. MACKELLAR. 
R.G.A. 



Lieut. W. D. ROBERTSON. 
R.G.A. 





Sapper R. J. ALLAN. 
R.E. 



Cadet W. W. ANDERSON. 
R.A.F. 



Pte. Jas. G. Barrie. 

Highland Light Infantry (attached to Machine Gun Corps). 

Pte. Barrie, Portuguese Shipping Department. Joined 
the H.L.I, on 16th February, 1917, and was trans- 
ferred to the Machine Gun Corps in January, 1918. 



Sergt. John Brown. 

Royal Army Service Corps. 

Sergt. Brown, Rangoon Finance Department. Joined 
up in February, 1917. 



Pte. F. G. Buchanan. 

Machine Gun Corps. 

Pte. F. G. Buchanan, Goods Receiving Department. 
Joined the Colours in November, 1918. 



Gunner A. Colquhoun. 

Royal Field Artillery. 

Gunner Colquhoun, Goods Department. Joined up 
on 1st May, 1917, and served in France from August, 
1917. 



Sergt. John M. Colvin. 

Royal Air Force. 

Sergt. Colvin, Abelheira Paper Mills, Ltd. Enlisted 
on 3rd May, 1918. 



Leading Aircraftsman W. M. Core. 

Royal Air Force. 

L/A. Core, Shipping Department. Joined up on 
20th April, 1917. 



S/Sergt. H. Gordon Craig. 

Royal Army Service Corps. 

S/Sergt. Craig, Turkey Red Goods Department. 
Enlisted in September, 1916. 



Pte. John K. Campbell. 

Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Pte. Campbell, Calcutta Finance Department. 
Enlisted on 12th October, 1915. 




Sergt. JOHN M. COLVIN 
R.A.F. 




L/A. W. TM. CORE. 
R.A.F. 




S/Sergt. H. GORDON CRAIG. 
R.A.S.C. 



Pte. JOHN K. CAMPBELL. 
R.A.M.C. 



Glasgow 
Staff 



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Driver A. T. CRAWFORD. 
A.S.C. 

Attached R.E., 2Tst Division 



L/Cpl. W. DALLAS. 
R.A.M.C. 








Gunner S. B. DOYVNES. 
R.F.A. 



Telegraphist P. DUNBAR. 
R.N.V.R. 



Driver A. T. Crawford. 

Army Service Corps, 
attached to Royal Engineers, 21st Division. 

Driver Crawford, John Graham & Co., Ltd. Joined 
up June, 1917. 



L/Cpl. Wm: Dallas. 

Royal Army Medical Corps. 

L/Cpl. Dallas, Statistical -Department. Joined up on 
9th August, 1917. 



Gunner S. B. Downes. 

Royal Field Artillery. 

Gunner Downes, Bombay Finance Department. 
Joined the Colours on 31st May, 1917. 



Telegraphist -P. Dunbar. 

Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. 

Telegraphist Dunbar, Goods Department. Joined 
the R.N.V.R. on 7th January, 1918. 



Signaller A. Easton. 

12th Highland Light Infantry. 

Signaller Easton, Tickets and Calendering Depart- 
ment. Joined up in October, 1914. 



2nd A/M. J. F. Gorrie. 

Royal Air Force. 

2nd A/M. Gorrie, Shipping Department. Joined up 
on 20th April, 1917. 



Battery Q.M./Sergt. R. D. Grieve. 

404th Battery Royal Field Artillery. 

Sergt. Grieve, Tickets Department. Joined up on 
7th December, 1914, in the R.F.A. Served in 
Mesopotamia from May, 1917, to August, 1919. 



Pte. R. Gillies. 

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 

Pte. Gillies, Boa Vista Spinning and Weaving Co., 
Ltd. Joined the Army in March, 1916. 



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Staff 



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Signaller A. EASTON. 
1 2th H.L.I. 



B. Q.M./Sergt. R. D. GRIEVE. 
R.F.A. 







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2nd A/M. J. F. GORRIE. 
R.A.F. 




Pte. R. GILLIES. 
A. & S. Highlanders. 




Cpl. J. M. HAMILTON 
4th R.S.F. 



Gunner G. HART. 
R.F.A. 



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CpL A, Graham, 

Royal Army Pay Department. 

Cpl. Graham, Karachi Finance Department. Enlisted 
in the Royal Army Pay Department, 4th July, 1917. 



Sergt. Jas. S. Gunn. 

Labour Corps. 

Sergt. Gunn, Karachi Finance Department. Enlisted 
in the Glasgow Highlanders on 21st November, 1914, 
but later was transferred to the Royal Scots and 
Labour Corps. 



Cpl. J. M. Hamilton. 

4th Royal Scots Fusiliers. 

Cpl. Hamilton, White Goods Department. Joined 
the Colours on 9th June, 1917. 



Gunner G. Hart. 

Royal Field Artillery. 

Gunner Hart, Goods Department. Joined up on 
7th December, 1914. 



Pte. Norman Kennedy. 

l/9th Royal Scots. 

Pte. Kennedy, Goods Receiving Department. Joined 
the Army on 28th June, 1917. 



Deckhand A. Lochhead. 

H.M.T. "Lysander." 

A. Lochhead, Turkey Red Goods Department. Joined 
up on 7th January, 1918. 



Pte. A. Miller. 

Highland Light Infantry. 

Pte. Miller, Telegraph Department. Joined up on 
14th March, 1918. 






Gunner G. F. Milligan. 

Royal Field Artillery. 

Gunner Milligan, Secretarial Department. Joined the 
Colours on 1st May, 1917, and proceeded to India in 
November, 1917. Left India for France in June, 
1918, and was demobilised in September, 1919. 



Glasgow 
Staff 




Glasgow 
Staff 




Sergt. JAS. M'HUTCHISON 
5/6th Cameronians (S.R.). 



L/Cpl. T. P. MACKENZIE. 
2/ioth Royal Scots. 




A.C/1. J. C. M'INTYRE 
R.A.F. 



Pte. A. G. M'LACHLAN. 

1 6th Scottish Rifles. 



Sergt. James IVTHutchison. 

5/6th Cameronians (S.R.). 

Sergt. M'Hutchison, Goods Receiving Department. 
Served in France. 



L'Cpl. T. P. Mackenzie. 

2/10th Royal Scots. 

L/Cpl. Mackenzie, White Goods Department. Joined 
up in October, 1916, and proceeded to Russia in 1918. 



A.C/I. J. C. M'Intyre. 

Royal Air Force. 

A.C/l. M'Intyre, Karachi Finance Department. 
Joined the Flying Corps 15th January, 1918. 



Pte. A. G. M'Lachlan. 

16th Scottish Rifles. 

Pte. M Lachlan, Calcutta Finance Department. 
Joined up on 23rd January, 1917. 



Sergt. John M'Donald. 

9th Highland Light Infantry (Glasgow Highlanders). 

Sergt. M'Donald, Tickets and Calendering Depart- 
ment. Was a Territorial, and mobilised on 4th 
August, 1914. 



Pte. James Paterson. 

King's Own Scottish Borderers. 

Pte. Paterson, Telegraph Department. Enlisted on 
19th February, 1917. 



Pte. John Robertson. 

15th Highland Light Infantry. 

Pte. Robertson, Abelheira Paper Mills, Ltd. Joined 
the Army in October, 1918, and proceeded to the 
Rhine. 



Pte. F. A. Ronald. 

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 

Pte. Ronald, Calcutta Finance Department. Joined 
the Army in February, 1917. 



Glasgow 

Staff 



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Sergt. JOHN M'DONALD. 
9th H.L.T. (Glasgow Highlanders) 




Pte. JAMES PATERSON. 
K.O.S.B. 




Pte. JOHN ROBERTSON. 
15th H.L.I. 



Pte. F. A. RONALD. 
A. & S. Highlanders. 



Glasgow 
Staff 



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L/Cpl. WM. N. SHEARER 
51st H.L.I. 



Sergt. JAMES STEVENSON. 
1 /7th Cameronians (S.R.). 





Pte. R. W. WALKER. 
R.A.O.C. 



Cpl. JAMES WHYTE. 
Army Pay Corps. 



L/Cpl. Wm. N. Shearer. 

51st Highland Light Infantry. 

L/Cpl. Shearer, Calcutta Finance Department. Joined 
the Forces on 28th May, 1918, and proceeded to the 
Rhine. 



Sergt. James Stevenson. 

l/7th Cameronions (Scottish Rifles). 

Sergt. Stevenson, Goods Department. Mobilised in 
August, 1914, and served in Gallipoli and France. 



Pte. R. W. Walker. 

Royal Army Ordnance Corps. 

Pte. Walker, Finance Department. Joined the Army 
on 15th June, 1917. 



Cpl. James Whyte. 

Army Pay Corps. 

Cpl. Whyte, Shipping Department. Joined the 
Army Pay Corps on 24th March, 1917. 



Pte. Thos. Welsh. 

Gordon Highlanders. 

Pte. Welsh, Finance Department. Joined up on 23rd 
April, 1917, and served in France. 



Pte. D. B. Young. 

Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Pte. Young, Boa Vista Spinning and Weaving Co., 
Ltd. Joined up on 8th September, 1914. Served in 
Gallipoli, Egypt, Palestine, and France. 



Glasgow 
Staff 



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Pte. THOS. WELSH. 
Gordon Hisrhlanders. 



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Pte. D. B. YOUNG. 
R.A.M.C. 



Glasgow 
Operatives. 



Those who have Fallen. 



INDEX. 



Name. Regiment. 

Cpl. Robert Deans - 16th Highland Light Infantry 



Department 
Packing. 



Pte. J. DOCHERTY 

Pte. Alex. Doig 
Pte. R. Howie - 
L/Cpl. Hugh King 
Pte. A. M'Leax - 



12th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Lapping. 
4th Seaforth Highlanders - Tin Case Maker. 

12th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Box Maker. 
Highland Light Infantry - Receiving Room. 

8th Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) - Lapping. 



Gunner T. D. M'Lean Royal Field Artillery - 

L/Cpl. A. D. Thomson 17th Highland Light Infantry 

(Commercial Battalion) 



Lapping. 
Receiving Room, 



Glasgow 




Cpl. ROBERT DEANS. 

16th Highland Light Infantry. 

Killed in action, 4th April, 1916. 



Glasgow 
Operatives 




DOCHERTY. 

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 
Killed in France. 



Glasgow 
Operatives 




Glasgow 
Operatives 




Pte. R. HOWIE. 

12th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 
Killed in action — France, May, 1917. 



Glasgow 
Operatives 




L/Cpl. HUGH KING. 
Highland Light Tnfantry. 
Killed in action — France. 



Glasgow 
Operatives 




Pte. A. M'LEAN. 

8th Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), 

Killed in action at Gallipoli. 



Glasgow 




Gunner T. D. M'LEAN. 
Royal Field Artillery. 
Died on Service in India. 



Glasgow 




Operatives 





ALEXANDER D. THOMSON. 
Highland Light Infantry (Commercial Batt.)- 
Killed in France. 



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onours 



INDEX 



Name. Regiment. Department. 

L/Cpl. A. Hinton, M.M. - 154th Machine Gun Corps - Box Maker. 



Glasgow 
Operatives 




L/Cpl. A. HINTON, M.M. 
154th Machine Gun Corps. 



L.Cpl. A. Hinton, M.M. 

154th Machine Gun Corps. 



L/Cpl. Hinton joined the Army on 22nd January, 
1915. Drafted overseas on 16th April, 1915. 
Awarded the Military Medal for conspicuous gallantry 
and devotion to duty during the Battle of the Scarpe, 
23rd and 25th April, 1917. Acting as runner, he 
carried messages from the front line to headquarters 
under heavy shell hre. 



Wounded. 



INDEX. 



Name. 

Pte. D. Boyce 
Pte. J. Bradburn - 

Pte. John Brown - 

Sergt. James Fleming - 
Pte. R. M. Hardie 
Pte. J. Houston 
Pte. D. Kelly 
Pte. C. King - 
Gunner Wm. Michie 
Pte. J. Mills - 
Pte. R. Moore 
L/C pi. Wm. Paton 
Sergt. David Petrie 
Pte. Alex. C. Ross 
Pte. N: Scouller - 
Pte. John Sutherland 



Regiment. Department. 

1st Scots Guards . - Tin Case Maker. 

9th Highland Light Infantry - - Pattern Room. 
(Glasgow Highlanders) 

9th Highland Light Infantry - - Pressman. 
(Glasgow Highlanders) 

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Box Maker. 

5th Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) - Receiving Room. 

1st Royal Irish Fusiliers - - - Tin Case Maker. 

15th Highland Light Infantry - - Pressman. 

Royal Scots Fusiliers - - - Packing. 

Royal Garrison Artillery - - - Receiving Room. 

12th Highland Light Infantry - - Tin Case Maker. 

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders - Packing. 

Highland Light Infantry - Lapping. 

15th Highland Light Infantry - - Packing. 

Highland Light Infantry - - - Packing. 

King's Own Scottish Borderers - Lapping. 

1st Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) - Lapping. 



Glasgow 
Operatives 




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Pte. D. BOYCE. 
1st Scots Guards. 

Wounded (thrice). 



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Pte. J. BRADBURN. 
9th H.L.I. 



Wounded 







Pte. D. Boyce. 

1st Scots Guards. 



Pte. Boyce joined the Army on 28th November, 1914, 
and arrived in France 15th March, 1915. He was 
wounded three times, and was demobilised 13th 
January, 1919. 



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Pte. J. Bradburn. 

9th Highland Light Infantry (Glasgow Highlanders). 



Pte. Bradburn enlisted 16th August, 1915. Wounded 
at Clery, on Somme, 1st March, 1917. 



Pte. John Brown. 

9th Highland Light Infantry (Glasgow Highlanders). 



Pte. Brown was mobilised at the outbreak of war and 
proceeded to France in November, 1914. Wounded in 
March, 1915, and again wounded at Somme in July, 
1916. Returning to France in November, 1916, was 
again wounded in April, 1918, and finally demobilised 
in February, 1919. 



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Sergt. James Fleming, 

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 



Sergt. Fleming joined the A. & S. Highlanders on 1st 
February, 1915, and proceeded to France in April, 1915. 
Slightly wounded in August, 1915, and again wounded 
in November of the same year. When the Armistice 
was signed he was acting S/Major of a Trench Mortar 
Battery. 



Glasgow 
Operatives 







Pte. JOHN BROWN. 
9th H.L.I. 

Wounded (thrice). 



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Sergt. JAMES FLEMING. 
A. & S. Highlanders. 

Wounded (twice). 



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Glasgow 
Operatives 




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Pte. R. M. HARDIE. 

5th Cameronians (S.R.). 

Wounded. 



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Pte. J. HOUSTON. 
1st Roval Irish Fusiliers. 



Wounded. 



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Pte. R. M. Hardie. 

5th Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) 



Pte. Hardie joined in January, 1915, and was wounded 
near Ypres in July, 1918, being demobilised from 
hospital in January, 1919. 



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Pte. J. Houston. 

1st Royal Irish Fusiliers. 



Pte. Houston enlisted in the Seaforth Highlanders on 
1st September, 1914, and was transferred to the 1st 
Battalion Royal Irish Fusiliers on 20th January, 1917. 
Proceeded overseas on 5th February, 1917, and was 
wounded in the Battle of Arras on 31st August, 1917. 



Pte. D. Kelly. 

15th Highland Light Infantry 



Pte. Kelly joined the Army on 21st March, 1916, and 
was twice wounded in France — at the Somme, on 2nd 
February, 1918, and at St. Quinten, 2nd October, 1918. 



Pte. C. King. 

Roval Scots Fusiliers. 



Pte. King joined up in June, 1917, and went abroad in 
November, 1917. Was wounded in September, 1918, 



and discharged December, 1919. 



Glasgow 
Operatives 







Pte. D. KELLY 
15th H.L.I. 

Wounded (twice) . 



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Pte. C. KING. 
R.S.F. 



Wounded. 



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Glasgow 
Operatives 




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Gunner W. MICHTE. 
R.G.A. 



Wounded. 



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Pte. J. MILLS. 
12th H.L.L 



Wounded. 



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Gunner Wm. Michie. 

Royal Garrison Artillery. 



Gunner Michie enlisted on 2nd June, 1917, and was 
wounded in France on 13th July, 1918. 



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Pte. J. Mills. 

12th Highland Light Infantry. 



Pte. Mills joined the 12th H.L.I, on 5th September. 
1914, and was wounded at the Battle of Loos on the 
25th September, 1915. 



Pte. R. Moore. 

Argyll and Sutherland Highland* 



Pte. Moore enlisted in November, 1916, and pro- 
ceeded to France where he was wounded in July, 1918. 
Thereafter was drafted to Constantinople in April, 
1919. 



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L/Cpl. Wm. Paton. 

Highland Light Infantry. 



L/Cpl. Paton enlisted in April, 1917, and proceeded to 
France in March, 1918. Wounded near Arras in 
August, 1918, and is now in the Regular Army. 



Glasgow 
Operatives 







Pte. R. MOORE. 
A. & S. Highlanders. 

Wounded. 



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L/Cpl. WM. PATON, 
H.L.I. 



Wounded. 







Glasgow 
Operatives 




Sergt. DAVID PETRIE. 
15th H.L.I. 

Wounded (twice). 



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Pte. ALEX. C. ROSS. 

H.L.I, (transferred to Trench 

Mortar Battery). 

Wounded. 



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Sergt. David Petrie. 

15th Highland Light Infantry. 



Sergt. Petrie enlisted in September, 1914, and was 
wounded at La Boiselle in February, 1916. Was 
again wounded at Nieuport in July, 1917, and de- 
mobilised from the Army of Occupation in May, 1919. 



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Pte. Alex. C. R 



OSS. 



Highland Light Infantry 
(transferred to Trench Mortar Battery). 



Pte. Ross enlisted on 11th September, 1914, in the 
H.L.L, and served in France for three and a half 
years. He was wounded. 



Pte. N. Scouller. 

King's Own Scottish Borderers. 



Pte. N. Scouller joined up on 11th September, 1914. 
Wounded Somme, 1st July, 1916. Invalided frost bite, 
December, 1916. Wounded Kemmel Hill, April, 1918. 



Pte. John Sutherland. 

1st Cameronians (Scottish Rifles). 



Pte. Sutherland joined the Army on 13th August, 1915, 
and has been twice wounded in France, on 8th August 
and 7th November, 1918. 



Glasgow 
Operatives 




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Pte. N. SCOULLER. 
K.O.S.B. 

Wounded (twice). 



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Pte. JOHN SUTHERLAND. 
1st Cameronians (S.R.). 

Wounded (twice). 



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Serving 



INDEX. 



Name. 
Sergt. D. Aitchison 

Pt. R. J. Allen - 

Pte. Frank Connolly - 

Pte. H. Connolly 

L/Cpl. John Ewen 

Driver Thos. Graham - 

Pte. J. T. Harvey 

Pte. James Hay - 

Cpl. John J. Hannah - 

Pte. D. Hunter - 

2nd A.M. Geo.W. Hutchison 

Pte. J. Irvine 

Pte. Peter Johnstone 

Pte. Jas. L. King - 

Pte. Archd. Lang 

Pte. James M'Gill 

Sergt. James M'Kinnon 
Pte. John Purdie 
L/Cpl. W. J. Rae - 
Pte. James Russell 
Pte. J. Smith 
Gunner A. Simpson 
Pte. W. Sutherland - 
L/Cpl. J. Telfer 
Pte. J.Wylie 



Regiment. 

10th Service Battalion 

Highland Light Infantry 

Labour Corps - 

Royal Air Force 

Highland Light Infantry - 

17th Indian Machine Gun Corps 

Royal Army Service Corps 

Royal Scots Fusiliers 

Royal Army Medical Corps 

12th Highland Light Infantry - 

11th Cameron Highlanders 

Royal Air Force 

Highland Light Infantry - 

Manchester Regiment 

9th Cavalry Field Ambulance - 

Royal Marine Labour Corps 

Inland Water Transport - 
(Royal Engineers) 

1st Battalion Machine Gun Corps 

3/4 th Seaforth Highlanders 

2nd Royal Scots Fusiliers - 

3rd Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) 

Highland Light Infantry - 

Royal Field Artillery 

Machine Gun Corps - 

5th Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) 

36th Battalion Machine Gun Corps 



Department. 
Timekeeper. 

Packing. 

Lapping. 

Tin Case Maker. 

Lapping. 

Lapping. 

Receiving Room. 

Lapping. 

Lapping. 

Box Maker. 

Tin Case Maker. 

Box Maker. 

Tin Case Maker. 

Lapping. 

Packing. 

Pressman. 

Box Maker. 
Tin Case Maker. 
Tin Case Maker. 
Lapping. 
Lapping. 

Pattern Room. 
Lapping. 
Box Maker. 
Packing. 



Glasgow 
Operatives 




Sergt. D, Aitchison. 

10th Service Battalion Highland Light Infantry. 

Sergt. Aitchison joined up on 11th August, 1914, as a 
Drill Instructor. Discharged 23rd June, 1915. 



Pte. R. J. Allen. 

Labour Corps. 

Pte. Allen, after being rejected as unfit, was called up 
and passed into the Labour Corps on 13th June, 1917. 



Pte. Frank Connolly. 

Royal Air Force. 

Pte. Connolly enlisted in the 8th Seaforth Highlanders 
on 14th September, 1914. Was transferred to the Royal 
Air Force, and served in France and Italy, being dis- 
charged on 20th June, 1919. 



Pte. H. Connolly. 

Highland Light Infantry. 

Pte. H. Connolly joined up on 20th July, 1917. Still 
serving. 



L/Cpl. John Ewen. 

17th Indian Machine Gun Corps. 

L/Cpl. Ewen enlisted in the H.L.I, on 5th April, 1915, 
but was afterwards transferred to the Indian Machine 
Gun Corps, Mesopotamia. 



Driver Thos. Graham. 

Royal Army Service Corps. 

Driver Graham joined the R.A S C. on 20th April, 
1917, and served in France for two years. 



Pte. J, T. Harvey, 

Royal Scots Fusiliers. 

Pte. Harvey enlisted in September, 1916, and served 
in France from April, 1917, till October, 1918. 



Pte. James Hay. 

Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Pte. Hay enlisted June, 1917, and served with the 
R.A.M.C. at Netley Hospital. 



Glasgow 
Operatives 




L/Cpl. JOHN EWEN. 
17th Indian Machine Gun Corps 



Driver THOS. GRAHAM. 
R.A.S.C. 





Pte. J. T. HARVEY 
R.S.F. 



Pte. JAMES HAY. 
R.A.M.C. 



Glasgow 
Operatives 




R.A.F 



Pte. J. IRVINE. 
H.L.I. 



Cpl. John J, Hannah, 

12th Highland Light Infantry. 

Cpl. Hannah joined the 12th (S) Battalion H.L.I on 
1st October, 1914, but was discharged on the 29th of 
the same month. He possesses the Volunteer Long 
Service Medal, having been a member of the Volunteers 
from 1884-1906. 



Pte. D. Hunter. 

llth Cameron Highlanders. 

Pte. Hunter joined the Army on 24th January, 1917, 
and proceeded to P>ance on 17th May, 1917. 



2nd A/M. George W. Hutchison. 

Royal Air Force. 

2nd A.M. Hutchison enlisted in May, 1918, for service 
in U.K. 



Pte, J. Irvine. 

Highland Light Infantry. 

Pte. Irvine joined up in July, 1918, and served with 
H.L.I, and A. &. S. Highlanders in the U.K. 



Pte. Peter Johnstone. 

Manchester Regiment. 

Pte. Johnstone was mobilised at outbreak of War with 
the A.S.C. Transferred to Manchester Regiment, and 
drafted to Italy. 



Pte. Jas. L. King. 

9th Cavalry Field Ambulance. 

Pte. King joined the Army on the 12th of August, 1915, 
and embarked for France on 18th June, 1917. 



Pte. Archd. Lang. 

Royal Marine Labour Corps. 

Pte. Lang enlisted on 30th April, 1918, and was 
stationed at Rouen, France. 



Pte. James M'Gill. 

Inland Water Transport (Royal Engineers). 

Pte. M'Gill enlisted in June, 1917. Served in U.K., 
and was demobilised in December, 1918. 



Glasgow 
Operatives 




Pte. PETER JOHNSTONE 

Manchester Regiment. 




Pte. JAS. L. KING. 
9th Cavalry Field Ambulance. 




Pte. ARCHD. LANG. 
Royal Marine Labour Corps. 



Pte. JAMES M'GILL. 
I.W.T. (R.E.). 



Glasgow 
Operatives 




Sergt. JAMES M'KINNON 
Machine Gun Corps. 




Pte. JOHN PURDIE. 
3/4th Seaforth Highlanders. 



L/Cpl. W. J. RAE. 
2nd R.S.F. 




Pte. JAMES RUSSELL. 
3rd Cameronians (S.R.). 



Sergt. James M'Kinnon. 

1st Batt. Machine Gun Corps. 

Sergt. M'Kinnon joined the Colours in June, 1916. 
Served in France. 



Pte. John Purdie. 

3/4th Seaforth Highlanders. 

Pte. Purdie joined the Colours in February, 1919, and 
served in France. 



L/Cpl. W. J. Rae. 

2nd Royal Scots Fusiliers. 

L/Cpl. Rae enlisted in September, 1914. Transferred 
to 5th H.L.I. Transport and was drafted for service in 
France. 



Pte. James Russell. 

3rd Cameronians (Scottish Rifles). 

Pte. Russell enlisted in March, 1917. Served in U.K., 
and was discharged in August, 1919. 



Pte. J. Smith. 

Highland Light Infantry. 

Pte. Smith enlisted in April, 1918, and served in the 
Army of Occupation. 



Gunner A. Simpson. 

Royal Field Artillery. 

Gunner Simpson joined up on 27th July, 1915. Served 
in France. 



Pte. W. Sutherland. 

Machine Gun Corps. 

Pte. W. Sutherland joined up on 26th June, 1917, and 
drafted to Egypt 4th November, 1917. Discharged 
27th February, 1920. 



L/Cpl. J. Telfer. 

5th Cameronians (Scottish Rifles). 

L/Cpl. Telfer enlisted in April, 1915, and was trans- 
ferred to the Royal Defence Corps. 



Glasgow 
Operatives 






Pte. J. SMITH. 
H.L.I. 



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Gunner A. SIMPSON. 
R.F.A. 



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Pte. W. SUTHERLAND. 
Machine Gun Corps. 




L/Cpl. J. TELFER. 
5th Cameronians (S.R.). 



Glasgow 
Operatives 







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Pte. J. WYLIE, 
36th Batt. M.G.C. 



Pte. J. Wylie. 

36th Battalion Machine Gun Corps. 

Pte. Wylie joined the R.A.S.C. on 9th September, 1914. 
Was transferred to the Royal Irish Rifles on 13th March, 
1917, and to the Machine Gun Corps on 1st March, 
1918. 



William Graham, Junior, & Co. 

LISBON. 



1 808. 



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Wounded. 



Name. Regiment. 

Lieut. W. R. Johnston - - The King's Liverpool Regiment. 
A/Sergt. V. C. Ryder - - Royal Bucks Hussars. 



Lisbon 
Staff 




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Lieut. W. R. JOHNSTON. 
The King's Liverpool Regiment. 

Wounded. 

Mentioned in despatches. 



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A/Sergt. VICTOR C. RYDER. 
Royal Bucks Hussars. 

Wounded. 



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Lieut. W. R. Johnston. 

The King's Liverpool Regiment. 



Lieut. Johnston was gazetted to the King's Liverpool 
Regiment from the O.T.C. on 5th September, 1916. He 
proceeded to France in December, 1916, and served with 
the 49th Division, becoming later a liason officer to the 
Portuguese Expeditionary Force. He was wounded on 9th 
April, 1918, and on rejoining in July he was employed as an 
instructor with a reserve unit of his regiment in England. 
He was mentioned in despatches in December, 1917. 



A/Sergt. Victor C. Ryder. 

Roval Bucks Hussars. 



A/Sergt. Ryder joined the Royal Bucks Hussars in October, 

1914, and served in Gallipoli from August to November, 

1915, participating in the landing at Suvla Bay. From 
January to March, 1916, he took part in the Senussi Cam- 
paign, and in May, 1916, while doing outpost work in upper 
Egypt he contracted enteric fever. On recovery he proceeded 
to Palestine and took part in operations there from August, 

1916, to 28th November, 1917, on which latter date he was 
wounded within sight of Jerusalem. On 2nd October, 1918, 
he was attached to the Portuguese Expeditionary Force as 
interpreter, first at Horsham and then at Ambleteuse and 
Calais. 



erving. 



Name. Regiment. 

Pte. G. Readman - - - Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 



Lisbon 
Staff 







Pte, Graham Readman. 

3rd Roval Welsh Fusiliers. 



Pte. G. Readman left Lisbon in July, 1918, to join the 
Forces. He enlisted in the Royal Welsh Fusiliers and 
was trained and stationed in Ireland until the end of 
the war. 



William & John Graham & Co., 

OPORTO. 



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Those who have Fallen. 



Name. Regiment. 

2nd Lieut. R. D'Albertanson, M.C. - - East Surrey Regiment. 

2nd Lieut. A. C. Flower - - - - Grenadier Guards. 

2nd Lieut. Richard Yates - - - Royal Air Force. 



Oporto 
Staff 




2nd Lieut. R. D'ALBERTANSON, M.C. 

East Surrey Regiment. 

Killed in action, 8th August, 1916. 



2nd Lieut. R. D'Albertanson, M.C. 

East Surrey Regiment. 



2nd Lieut. D'Albertanson enlisted at the outbreak of 
the war, 1914, in the Public Schools Battalion of the 
Middlesex Regiment, and obtained his Commission in 
May, 1915. He gained the Military Cross in the 
advance from Fricourt to Mametz, July, 1916, and was 
killed in action at the Battle of the Somme, near 
Longueval, 8th August, 1916. 



2nd Lieut. Alfred Chegwin Flower. 

4th Battalion Grenadier Guards. 



2nd Lieut. Alfred Chegwin Flower, 4th Battalion Grena- 
dier Guards, was the son of the Rev. and Mrs. F. W. 
Flower of Villa Nova de Gaya, near Oporto, Portugal. 
Born in Oporto, 1890, he was educated at -the Oporto 
British School, and at Richmond Hill School, Surrey. 
Returning to England in 1915, he joined the Artists' 
Rifles O.T.C on 10th September and obtained a Com- 
mission in the Grenadier Guards on 3rd January, 1916. 
He served with the Expeditionary Force in France from 
8th July, 1916, and was killed in action near Ginchy on 
25th September of that year, during the Battle of the 
Somme. 

Lieut.-Col. Lord Henry Seymour wrote : — 

"Your son was killed leading his men in an attack on a 
German line of trenches. It was entirely successful"; 
adding, " He led his men most gallantly." 

Lieut. Burman wrote : — - 

" Your son was considered by his brother officers and the 
men (and especially do I say the men, for their opinion 
always counts for more, and they seldom make a mistake) 
as a very gallant officer indeed, and I personally miss him 
more than any of the others, most of whom had been in 
the battalion for some time. I could not help becoming 
very fond of him, as did everyone who knew him. He 
was liked and admired by ail." 

The Chaplain also wrote: — 

' ' It was my sad privilege to take the funeral service a 
short way behind the spot where he fell. The action of 
the 25th should thrill historians of the future. It was 
magnificent the way the battalion faced their task and 
won their way." 



Oporto 
Staff 




2nd Lieut. A. C. FLOWER. 

Grenadier Guards. 

Killed in action, 25th September, 1916. 




Oporto 
Staff 



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2nd Lieut. RICHARD YATES. 

Royal Air Force. 
Killed in action, February, 1916. 



2nd Lieut. Richard Yates. 

Royal Air Force. 



2nd Lieut. Yates joined the Forces in August, 1914, 
and was killed flying in Egypt in February, 1916. 



Wounded 



Name. Regiment. 

Lieut. Hugh Watson - - 8th Royal Scots Fusiliers. 

Lieut. W. H. Milne - - l/5th Highland Light Infantry. 
Cpl. C. Butler - 10th Sherwood Foresters. 



Oporto 
Staff 




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Lieut. HUGH WATSON. 
8th Royal Scots Fusiliers. 

Wounded. 



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Lieut. W. H. MILNE. 
l/5th Highland Light Infantry. 

Wounded. 




Lieut. Hugh Watson, 

8th Royal Scots Fusiliers. 



Lieut. Watson, Wine Lodge. Joined the Army in 
February, 1915, and received his Commission in April 
of the same year. He saw service in Gallipoli in 1915 ; 
Egypt, 1916 : Balkans, 1916-18, and was wounded in 
Servia in September, 1918. 



Lieut. W. H. Milne. 

l/5th Highland Light Infantry. 



Lieut. Milne, Indents Department. Joined the 2/5th 
Highland Light Infantry on the 14th December, 1914, 
and was drafted out to the l/5th Battalion (52nd Division) 
in October, 1915. He served with them in Gallipoli 
during November and December of that year; Egypt, 
from February, 1916, to April, 1918 : and France, from 
the 14th April to the 2nd October, 1918. He was 
twice wounded — in Gallipoli on the 19th December, 
1915, and in France on the 2nd October, 1918. 



Cpl. C. Butler. 

10th Sherwood Foresters. 



Corporal Butler, Braco de Prata Department, enlisted 
on the 24th September, 1914. He commenced training 
at Shoreham with the 12th Battalion of his regiment, 
but was later drafted to the 10th Battalion, with whom 
he continued his training at Bovington, Dorsetshire, 
and at Winchester. He arrived in France on the 15th 
July, 1915, and between that date and his demobilisa- 
tion in February, 1919, he was twice gassed, on January 
31st, 1918.. and on July 24th, 1918 ; and twice wounded, 
on 21st March, 1918 (in the thigh), and on November 
4th, 1918 (in the right forearm). 



Oporto 
Staff 




Serving. 



Boa Vista Department. 

Sergt. F. B. Moreton 
Gunner J. H. Jones - 
Pte. W. P. Knowles 

Pte. H. Chambers 



The Royal Fusiliers. 

Royal Field Artillery. 

Royal Engineers (and later) 

Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. 

(Regiment unknown). 



Indents Department . 

Gunner W. F. Chambers - Royal Garrison Artillery. 



Book-keeping Department . 
Pte. J. R. Neal - 



- King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. 



Wine Lodge. 

2nd Lieut. L. R. Flower 



Tank Corps. 



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Staff 



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Sergt. F. B. MORETON 
The Royal Fusiliers. 



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Gunner J. H. JONES. 
Royal Field Artillery. 





Pte. W. P. KNOWLES. 
Royal Engineers. 



Pte. H. CHAMBERS. 



Sergt, F, B, Moreton, 

The Royal Fusiliers. 

Sergt. Moreton,. Boa Vista Department. Joined the Royal 
Fusiliers on 31st May, 1916, and proceeded to France 
on 19th November of that year. He served with the 
British Mission to the Portuguese Expeditionary Force 
from 16th February, 1917, to 8th January, 1918, and 
was discharged on 7th September, 1918, medically unfit. 
He was awarded a Certificate for " Services Rendered." 



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Gunner J. H, Jones, 

Royal Field Artillery. 

Gunner Jones, Boa Vista Department. Joined the Royal 
Field Artillery in May, 1916, and proceeded to Salonica 
in August, 1916, where he served for over two years 
with the 26th Division ("A" Battery 116th Brigade), 
taking part in all the engagements out there. He 
left Salonica on Christmas Day, 1918, and was demobil- 
ised in February, 1919. 



Pte. W, P. Knowles, 

Royal Engineers (and later) Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. 

Pte. Knowles, Boa Vista Department. Joined the Royal 
Engineers in 1917, but was transferred to the Loyal 
North Lancashire Regiment with whom he served in 
France through the latter part of the war. After the 
termination of hostilities he served with the Army of 
Occupation. 

* 

Pte, H, Chambers. 

Pte. Chambers, Boa Vista Department. Served in the 
Home Forces from 15th August, 1918, to 25th January, 
1919. 



Gunner W, F, Chambers, 

Royal Garrison Artillery. 

Gunner Chambers, Indents Department. Joined the 
Army in August, 1918, and was demobilised in February, 
1919. 

* 

Pte. J, R. Neal. 

King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. 

Pte. Neal, Book-keeping Department. Joined the King's 
Own Yorkshire Light Infantry in 1918. After three 
months' training at home, during which he was awarded 
a badge for marksmanship, he was drafted to France. 
After the Armistice he joined the Regular Army. 



2nd Lieut. L. R, Flower. 

Tank Corps. 

2nd Lieut. Flower, Wine Lodge. Joined the Inns of 
Court O.T.C. in August, 1917, was gazetted 2nd Lieut, 
in the Tank Corps on 8th October, 1918, and demobil- 
ised March 1st, 1919. Lieut. Flower is the younger 
brother of the late Lieut. A. C. Flower, Grenadier 
Guards, who was killed in action in September, 1916. 



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Staff 



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Roval Garrison Artillery. 



Pte. J. R. NEAL. 
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Tank Corps. 



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INDEX. 



White Department . 
Honours. 
Major H. S. Aston, M.C. - 4th Highland Light Infantry 

(attached 9th Battalion Machine Gun Corps). 

2nd Lieut. F. G. Scott, M.M. l/5th Manchester Regiment. 



Cpl. Frank Archer - - 6th King's Own Lancaster Regiment. 

Pte. G. Cottrill - - 6th Manchester Regiment. 

2nd Lieut. J. L. Percival - 2/8th West Yorkshire Regiment. 

Grey Department. 

2nd Lieut. G. D. Wallace 21st Manchester Regiment. 



Dhootie Department . 

L/Cpl. Charles Rayner 



7th Lancashire Fusiliers. 



Print Department. 

L/Cpl. H. O. L, Young 



12th Manchester Regiment. 



Portuguese Department. 
Pte. William Shaw 



7th Lancashire Fusiliers. 



Counting House. 

Sergt. Jack Porter 



Lancashire Fusiliers. 



Manchester 
Staff 




Major H. S. ASTON, M.C. 

4th H.L.I. 

(attached to 9th Battalion Machine Gun Corps). 

Killed in action, 13th July, 1918. 




Capt. (Acting Major) H. S. Aston, M.C. 

4th Highland Light Infantry 
(attached 9th Battalion Machine Gun Corps). 



Major Herbert Selwyn Aston, White Department. 
Joined the 4th Highland Light Infantry in June, 1914, 
and was undergoing annual training with his battalion 
at Lanark when war broke out. He went to France in 
September, 1914, and was attached to the 2nd Highland 
Light Infantry, with whom he was wounded at the first 
Battle of Ypres on 15th November. Returning to the 
4th Highland Light Infantry at Plymouth he served at 
home until 1916, when he became seconded to the 
Machine Gun Corps at Grantham. He again went to 
France in the Spring of 1917 and served with the Machine 
Gun Battalion of the 9th (Scottish) Division, taking part 
with it in all the hard fighting which won for that Division 
special and distinguished mention. Early in 1918 he 
was made second in command of his battalion, and pro- 
moted to the acting rank of Major. For his gallantry 
and resource on Mount Kemmel on April 25th he was 
awarded the Military Cross, having, when surrounded, 
cut his way out with a handful of men, and subsequently 
organised and successfully defended another position. 
He was killed by an aeroplane bomb on 13th July, 1918. 

Of him his Colonel wrote : — 

"As an officer and a friend he could not be surpassed. 
He possessed in the highest degree all those qualities 
which made him loved by everyone both above and 
below him." 



2nd Lieut. F. G. Scott, M.M. 

l/5th Manchester Regiment. 



Lieut. Scott, White Department. Enlisted in September, 
1914, in the 20th Royal Fusiliers (Public Schools 
Battalion). He was wounded at High Wood, and 
awarded the Military Medal for carrying messages 
successfully through a very heavy barrage and returning 
to his battalion with the replies. Afterwards he was 
gazetted as 2nd Lieut, in the l/5th Manchester Regiment, 
and was killed in action with them, October, 1918. 



Manchester 
Staff 




2nd Lieut. F. G. SCOTT, M.M. 
20th Royal Fusiliers (Public Schools Battalion) 
and l/5th Manchester Regiment. 
Killed in action, October, 1918. 



Manchester 
Staff 




Cpl. F. ARCHER. 

6th King's Own Lancaster Regiment. 

Killed in action, April, 1916. 



Cpl Frank Archer, 

6th King's Own Lancaster Regiment. 



Cpl. Frank Archer, White Department. Enlisted in 
August, 1914, and joined the 6th Battalion King's Own 
Lancaster Regiment. He went through the Gallipoli 
Campaign, and was killed in Mesopotamia in April, 1916. 



Pte, Geoffrey Cottrill. 

6th Manchester Regiment. 



Pte. Cottrill, White Department. Was mobilised with 
the 6th Battalion Manchester Regiment at the outbreak 
of war, and was killed in action in Gallipoli, 7th August, 
1915. 



Manchester 
Staff 




Pte. GEOFFREY COTTRILL. 

6th Manchester Regiment. 
Killed in action, 7th August, 1915. 



Manchester 
Staff 




2nd Lieut. J. L. PERCIVAL. 
2/8th West Yorkshire Regiment. 
Killed inaction, October, 1918. 



2nd Lieut. J. L. Percival. 

2/8th West Yorkshire Regiment. 



2nd Lieut. J. L. Percival, White Department. Enlisted 
November, 1914, and was wounded in France. He 
later obtained his Commission and was posted to the 
2/8th West Yorkshire Regiment. He was killed in 
France in October, 1918. 



2nd Lieut. G. D. Wallace. 

21st Manchester Regiment. 



Lieut. Wallace, Grey Buyer. Enlisted in November, 
1915, and joined the Artists' Rifles. He later obtained 
his Commission in the 21st Battalion Manchester 
Regiment ("D" Coy.), and was killed in action in 
France, October, 1917. 



Manchester 
Staff 








2nd Lieut. G. D WALLACE. 
2 1st Manchester Regiment. 



Killed in action, October, 1917. 



Manchester 
Staff 




L/Cpl. CHARLES RAYNER. 

7th Lancashire Fusiliers. 

Killed in action, 8th November, 1918. 



L/Cpl Charles Rayner. 

7th Lancashire Fusiliers. 



L/Cpl. Charles Rayner, Dhootie Department. Enlisted 
April, 1917, in the 7th Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers, 
and was killed in action on 8th November, 1918. 



L/Cpl. H. O. L. Young. 

12th Manchester Regiment. 



L/Cpl. H. O. L. Young, Print Buyer. Enlisted in 
August, 1916, in the 12th Manchester Regiment, and 
was killed at Langemarck, 9th November, 1917. 



Manchester 
Staff 




L/Cpl. H. O. L. YOUNG. 

12th Manchester Regiment. 

Killed in action at Langemarck, 9th November, 1917. 



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Manchester 
Staff 




Pte. W. SHAW. 

7th Lancashire Fusiliers. 

Missing 1915 ; reported killed in action, 

January, 1917. 



Pte, William Shaw. 

7th Lancashire Fusiliers. 



Pte. William Shaw, Portuguese Department. Mobilised 
with the 7th Lancashire Fusiliers at the outbreak of war. 
He saw service with his battalion in Egypt and after- 
wards in Gallipoli. He was twice wounded, and later 
reported missing. Officially reported killed in action, 
January, 1917. 



Sergt. Jack Porter. 

Lancashire Fusiliers. 



Sergt. Porter, Counting House. Enlisted on the 13th 
of February, 1917, in the Lancashire Fusiliers, and was 
killed in action, 2nd October, 1918. 



Manchester 
Staff 




Sergt. JACK PORTER. 

Lancashire Fusiliers. 

Killed in action, 2nd October, 1918. 



Wounded. 



INDEX 



Dhootie Department . 

2nd Lieut. G. R. Belshaw Royal Fusiliers. 

Pte. Percy Sharp - - Manchester Regiment. 



Portuguese Department . 
L/Cpl. A. Warner 
Bombardier J. Swan - 
Pte. R. M. Hadland - 
Pte. G. Darbyshire - 



Manchester Regiment. 
Royal Field Artillery. 
Manchester Regiment. 
Manchester Regiment. 



Grey Department . 

Capt. Edward Greenwood Lancashire Fusiliers. 



Counting House. 

Gunner L. Needham 
Pte. M. Barnett 

Pte. H. DUNKERLEY 



Royal Artillery. 

Manchester Regiment. 

Gordon Highlanders and Tank Corps. 



Cash Department. 

Lieut. H. Greenwood 
Pte. A. E. Orange 
Sergt. T. Mattinson - 



Lancashire Fusiliers. 
Gordon Highlanders. 
Royal Army Medical Corps. 



Manchester 
Staff 




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2nd Lieut. G. R. BELSHAW. 
Royal Fusiliers. 

Invalided. 






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Pte. PERCY SHARP. 
1st Manchester Regiment. 

Wounded. 



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2nd Lieut. G. R. Belshaw. 

Royal Fusiliers. 



2nd Lieut. G. R. Belshaw, Dhootie Department. 
Enlisted in April, 1916, in the Seaforth Highlanders, 
and later obtained a Commission in the Royal Fusiliers. 
Contracted rheumatism in France and was invalided 
out of the Service in 1918. 



Pte. Percy Sharp. 

1st Manchester Regiment. 



Pte. Percy Sharp, Dhootie Department. Enlisted in the 
1st Manchesters, and saw service in India and Mesopo- 
tamia, where he was wounded. 



L/Cpl. A. Warner. 

17th Manchester Regiment. 



L/Cpl. A. Warner, Portuguese Department. Enlisted 
on the 26th February, 1917, in the 17th Manchesters. 
Wounded and taken prisoner in the retirement from 
St. Quentin. Prisoner at Quedlinburg Camp, 30th 
December, 1918, to 13th January, 1919. 



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Bombardier J. Swan. 

Royal Field Artillery. 



Bombardier J. Swan, Portuguese Department. Joined 
the Royal Field Artillery on 15th May, 1915, and served 
in Egypt, 1916, and later in France. He was invalided 
home in 1917, but returned to France in 1918. 



Manchester 
Staff 




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L/Cpl. A. WARNER. 
17th Manchester Regiment. 



Wounded. 



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Bombardier J. SWAN. 
R.F.A. 



Invalided. 







Manchester 
Staff 




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Pte. R. M. HADLAND. 

7th Manchester Regiment. 



Wounded. 






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Pte. GEORGE DARBYSHIRE. 
7th Manchester Regiment. 

Shell-shock. 



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Pte. Robert M. Hadland. 

7th Manchester Regiment. 



Pte. Robert M. Hadland, Portuguese Department. 
Joined the 2/7th Manchester Regiment on 6th Novem- 
ber, 1914. Drafted to the l/7th Manchester Regiment 
(42nd Division) in 1915, and served in Gallipoli, 1915; 
Sinai Peninsula and Egypt, 1916; France and Belgium, 
1917. He was wounded on 20th September, 1917, at 
Ypres. 



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Pte. George Darbyshire. 

7th Manchester Regiment. 



Pte. George Darbyshire, Portuguese Department. 
Joined the 2/7th Manchester Regiment on 6th Novem- 
ber, 1914, and served in Belgium and France from 1916 to 
1919. He was twice buried by shell-fire and subse- 
quently suffered from shell-shock. 



Capt. Edward Greenwood. 

Lancashire Fusiliers. 



Capt. Edward Greenwood, Grey Department. Enlisted 
in October, 1914, and obtained a Commission in May, 
1915. He was promoted Captain in January, 1916, 
and was wounded at Ypres in 1917. 



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Gunner L. Needham. 

Royal Field Artillery. 



Gunner L. Needham, Counting House. Mobilised on 
the 4th August, 1914, with the 42nd Division (East 
Lancashire) Territorial Force. Saw service in Egypt, 
1914, 1916, 1917; Gallipoli, 1915-1916; France and 
Flanders, 1917-1918. Gassed at Ypres, September, 1917. 



Manchester 
Staff 




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Capt. EDWARD GREENWOOD. 
Lancashire Fusiliers. 

Wounded. 



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Gunner L. NEEDHAM. 
Royal Field Artillery. 

Gassed. 



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Manchester 
Staff 




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Pte. MARK BARNETT. 
8th Manchester Regiment. 

Wounded. 



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Pte. H. DUNKERLEY. 

7th Gordon Highlanders 

and Tank Corps. 

Wounded. 




Pte. Mark Barnett 

8th Manchester Regiment. 



Pte. Mark Barnett, Counting House. Joined the 8th 
(City) Battalion Manchester Regiment in 1916. Served 
in France and Salonica, and was wounded in Salonica 
five times. Discharged through wounds, 4th July, 1918. 



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Pte. H. Dunkerley. 

7th Gordon Highlanders. 



Pte. H. Dunkerley, Counting House. Enlisted January, 
1915, in 7th Gordons, and being wounded in France, 
was later transferred to the Tank Corps, November, 
1917, and a<iain wounded. 



Lieut. H. Greenwood, 

Lancashire Fusiliers. 



Lieut. H. Greenwood, Cash Department. Enlisted in 
January, 1915, in the 7th Gordons. He was wounded 
in France, and afterwards obtained his Commission in 
the Lancashire Fusiliers. 



Pte. A. E. Orange. 

7th Gordon Highlanders. 



Pte. A. E. Orange, Cash Department. Enlisted in the 
7th Gordons, January, 1915, and was subsequently 
wounded in France. 



Manchester 
Staff 




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Lieut. H. GREENWOOD. 
Lancashire Fusiliers. 



Wounded. 



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Pte. A. E. ORANGE. 
7th Gordon Highlanders. 

Wounded. 



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Manchester 
Staff 




Sergt. T. Mattinson. 

Royal Army Medical Corps. 



Sergt. T. Mattinson, Cash Department. Enlisted in 
November, 1914, and saw service in France and Egypt. 
He was gassed in November, 1917. 



Serving. 



INDEX 



Book-keeping Department. 

Seaman J. G. Jennings - 
Pte. J. M. Shaw - 

Dhootie Department. 

Pte. H. E. Garner - - - - 
Cpl. A. White- - 
Pte. A. Bryans 

White Department. 
Pte. H. Bryans 

Pte. T. L. Cummins - - 
Seaman John Hine - 
Pte. G. R. Constable (no photo) 
Pte. Norman Constable do. 

Pte. Wm. Eastwood - do. 

L/Cpl. A. S. Hope - - do. 

Pte. J. R. Robinson - do. 



Royal Navy. 

St. John's Ambulance Brigade. 



Manchester Regiment. 
Royal Ordnance Corps. 
Royal Irish Rifles. 



Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 
Royal Army Service Corps. 
Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. 
(Regiment unknown). 

do. 

do. 
Manchester Regiment. 
Royal Army Medical Corps. 



Grey Department. 

2nd Lieut. P. Edwards (no photo) Cheshire Yeomanry. 
Pte. Jas. Koorie - do. (Regiment unknown). 



Portuguese Department . 
Pte. S. H. Boole - 

Yam Department. 

2nd A/M. C. R. Twemlow 

Metals and Sundry Department. 
Gunner A. H. Parry 

Cash Department. 

Driver C. Watts 

Counting House. 

Sergt. A. Ashbrook - 
Steward A. T. Montgomery 
Sergt. A. Dorrington 
Pte. R. Porter 
Pte. H. Yorke - 



'no photo) (Regiment unknown) 



Royal Air Force. 



Royal Garrison Artillery. 



Royal Army Service Corps. 



Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 
Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. 
Lancashire Fusiliers. 
Wiltshire Regiment. 
Royal Air Force. 



Pte. D. Brugh 



(no photo) A Labour Battalion. 



Telegraph Department . 

2nd Lieut. S. Mullineaux (no photo) (Regiment unknown) 
Pte. A. T. Minshall do. do. 



Manchester 
Staff 




Seaman JOHN G. JENNINGS 
R.N. 



Pte. JAS. M. SHAW. 
St. John's Ambulance Brigade. 





Pte. H. E. GARNER. 
12th Manchester Regiment. 



Cpl. A. WHITE. 
Royal Ordnance Corps. 



Seaman John G. Jennings. 

Royal Navy. 

Seaman John G. Jennings, Book-keeping Department. 
Enlisted on 24th October, 1916. Served in H.M.S. 
" P. 15 " on East Coast Patrol and Channel Escort 
Flotilla. 



Pte. James M. Shaw. 

St. John's Ambulance Brigade. 

Pte. Jas. M. Shaw, Book-keeping Department, was a 
Member of St. John's Ambulance Brigade, and volun- 
teered for Service in December, 1915. He was attached 
to the Royal Army Medical Corps, and was laboratory 
attendant at Becket Street Hospital, Leeds. 

Pte. H. E, Garner. 

12th Manchester Regiment. 

Pte. H. E. Garner, Dhootie Department. Enlisted 6th 
October, 1916, and saw service with the 12th Manchester 
Regiment (17th Division) in France. 



Cpl. A. White. 

Royal Ordnance Corps. 

Cpl. A. White, Dhootie Department. Enlisted in 1915 
in the Royal Ordnance Corps, and saw service in France. 



Pte. A. Bryans. 

Royal Irish Rifles. 

Pte. A. Bryans, Dhootie Department. Enlisted in Sep- 
tember, 1917, in the Irish Rifles, and served with them 
in France. 



Pte. H. Bryans. 

3rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 

Pte. H. Bryans, White Department. Enlisted in October, 
1916, in the 3rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Home service. 



Pte. T. L. Cummins. 

Royal Army Service Corps. 

Pte. T. L. Cummins, White Department. Enlisted in 
April, 1918, in the Royal Army Service Corps, and saw 
service in Germany. 



Seaman John Hine. 

Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. 

Seaman John Hine, White Department. Enlisted in 
May, 1917, in the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, and 
served overseas. 



Manchester 
Staff 



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Pte. A. BRYANS. 
Royal Irish Rifles. 



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Pte. H. BRYANS. 
3rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 





Pte. T. L. CUMMINS. 
R.A.S.C. 



Seaman JOHN HINE. 
R.N.V.R. 



Manchester 
Staff 




Driver C. WATTS 
R.A.S.C. 



Sergt. A. ASHBROOK. 
3rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 



2nd A/M. C. R. Twemlow. 

Royal Air Force. 

2nd A/M. C. R. Twemlow, Yarn Department. Enlisted 
in December, 1917, in the Royal Air Force, and saw 
service in France. 



Gunner A. H. Parry. 

Royal Garrison Artillery. 

Gunner A. H. Parry, Metals and Sundry Department. 
Enlisted in the Royal Garrison Artillery, and served in 
France, Belgium, Italy, and Egypt. 



Driver C. Watts. 

Royal Army Service Corps. 

Driver C. Watts, Casn Department. Enlisted in October, 
1917, in the Royal Army Service Corps, and saw service 
in Mesopotamia. 



Sergt. A. Ashbrook. 

3rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 

Sergt. A. Ashbrook, Counting House. Enlisted in Sep- 
tember, 1917, in the 3rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 
Home service. 



Steward (Sick Berth) A. T. Montgomery. 

Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. 

Steward (Sick Berth) A. T. Montgomery, Counting 
House, was mobilised in August, 1914, in the Royal 
Naval Volunteer Reserve, and saw service at Antwerp, 
Suvla Bay, and Egypt. 



Sergt. A. Dorrington. 

8th Lancashire Fusiliers. 

Sergt. A. Dorrington, Counting House. Enlisted in 
February, 1917, in the 8th Lancashire Fusiliers, and 
served in France. 



Pte, R. Porter. 

1st Wiltshire Regiment. 

Pte. R. Porter, Counting House. Enlisted in the 1st 
Wiltshire Regiment, and served in France. 



Pte. H. York-? 

Royal Air Force. 

Pte. H. Yorke, Counting House. Enlisted in June, 
1918, in the Royal Air Force. Home service. 



Manchester 
Staff 




Pte. R. PORTER. 
1st Wiltshire Regiment 



Of the following Members of the Staff who served during 
the War we have no photograph : — 

White Department. 

Pte. G. R. CONSTABLE. 

Enlisted July, 1917. Home service. 

Pte. NORMAN CONSTABLE. 

Enlisted November, 1917. Home service. 

Pte. WILLIAM EASTWOOD. 

Enlisted June, 1918. Home service. 

L/Cpl. A. S. HOPE. 

Enlisted August, 1915, in the Manchester Regiment, and 
saw service in Egypt and France. 

Pte. J. R. ROBINSON. 

Enlisted October, 1914, in the Royal Army Medical Corps, 
and saw service in France. 

Grey Department. 

2nd Lieut. PETER EDWARDS. 

Mobilised at the outbreak of War with the Cheshire 
Yeomanry, and saw service in France.- 

Pte. JAMES KOORIE. 

Enlisted July, 1917. Home service. 

Portuguese Department. 

Pte. S. H. BOOLE. 

Enlisted October, 1915. Served in France, and was taken 
prisoner of war. 

Counting House Department. 

Pte. D. BRUGH. 

Enlisted April, 1917, in a Labour Battalion, and served 
in France. 

Telegraph Department. 

2nd Lieut. S. MULLINEAUX. 

Enlisted October, 1915. Served in France, and was later 
granted a Commission. 

Pte. A. T. MINSHALL. 

Enlisted October, 1915. Served in Salonica and France 



Manchester 
Operatives. 



Those who have Fallen. 



INDEX. 



Grey Room. 

Driver J. Parkington (no photo) Royal Field Artillery. 



Grey Making-tip Room. 

Pte. W. T. Griffiths 
Pte. G. Harrison 
Pte. E. C. Phillips 
Pte. S. Procter 
Sergt. A. W. Tee - 
Pte. Walter Burke 



(no photo) 



l/8th Manchester Regiment. 
8th Manchester Regiment. 
18th Manchester Regiment. 
1st Manchester Regiment. 
6th East Yorkshire Regiment. 
23rd Manchester Regiment. 



Dliootic Room. 

Cpl. H. Bonehill 



Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 



Packing Room. 

Sergt. J. W T . Foster 
Pte. G. Salt - 
Sergt. James Seel - 
Pte. A. Baggoley - 



- 62nd Brigade Royal Field Artillery. 

- 4th Manchester Regiment. 

- 11th Manchester Regiment, 
(no photo) 4th Manchester Regiment. 



Manchester 
Operatives 




Pte W. T. GRIFFITHS. 

l/8th Manchester Regiment. 

Killed in action, 31st May, 1915. 



Pte. W. T. Griffiths. 

l/8th Manchester Regiment. 



Pte. Griffiths, Grey Making-up Room. Enlisted in 
August, 1914, in the 8th Manchester Regiment. He 
was killed in Gallipoli, 31st May, 1915. 



Pte. Geo. Harrison. 

8th Manchester Regiment. 



Pte. Geo. Harrison, Grey Making-up Room. Enlisted 
in August, 1914, in the 8th Manchester Regiment, and 
was killed in France. 



Manchester 
Operatives 




Pte. GEO. HARRISON. 

8th Manchester Regiment. 

Killed in action, 9th September, 1916. 



Manchester 
Operatives 




Pte. ERNEST C. PHILLIPS. 

18th Manchester Regiment. 

Killed in action, 12th October, 1916. 



Pte. Ernest C. Phillips, 

18th Manchester Regiment. 



Pte. Phillips, Grey Making-up Room. Enlisted in the 
18th Manchester Regiment, and was killed in France in 
October, 1916. 



Pte. Sydney Procter. 

1st Manchester Regiment. 



Pte. Procter, Grey Making - up Room. Enlisted in 
August, 1914, in the 1st Manchester Regiment, and was 
killed in France. 



Manchester 
Operatives 




Pte. SYDNEY PROCTER. 

1st Manchester Regiment. 

Killed in action. 



Manchester 
Operatives 




Sergt. A. W. TEE. 

6th East Yorkshire Regiment. 

Killed in action. 



Sergt. A. W. Tee. 

6th East Yorkshire Regiment. 



Sergt. Tee, Grey Making up Room. Enlisted in Sep- 
tember, 1914, in the 6th East Yorkshire Regiment, and 
was killed in France. 



Cpl. Herbert Bonehill. 

Labour Battalion, Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 



Cpl. Bonehill, Dhootie Room. Enlisted in November, 
1916, in the Royal Welsh Fusiliers, and was killed in 
France in 1918. 



Manchester 
Operatives 




Cpl H. BONEHILL. 

Labour Eattalion, Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 

Killed in action, 1918. 



Manchester 
Operatives 




Sergt. J. W. FOSTER. 
62nd Brigade Royal Field Artillery. 
Died of wounds, 12th August, 191S. 



Sergt. J. W. Foster. 

62nd Brigade Royal Field Artillery. 



Sergt. Foster, Packing Department. Enlisted on 1st 
February, 1915, in the Royal Field Artillery (East Lan- 
cashire), and died cf wounds in France on the 12th 
August, 1918. 



Pte. G. Salt. 

4th Manchester Regiment. 



Pte. Salt, Packing Department. Enlisted in October, 
1914, in the 4th Manchester Regiment, and was killed 
in France in 1916. 



Manchester 
Operatives 




Pte. GEORGE SALT. 

4th Manchester Regiment. 

Killed in action, 1916. 



Manchester 
Operatives 




Sergt. J. SEEL. 

11th Manchester Regiment. 

Killed in action, ]6th August, 1917. 



Sergt. James Seel. 

llth Manchester Regiment. 



Sergt. Seel, Packing Department. Enlisted on 9th 
November, 1914, in the llth Manchester Regiment, 
and served in Gallipoli and Egypt. He afterwards went 
to France, and was there killed in action on 16th 
August, 1917. 



Of the following who fell in action we have 
no photograph : — 

Pte. Walter Burke. 

23rd Manchester Regiment. 

Pte. Burke, Grey Making-up Room. Enlisted in the 
''Bantams" on the 31st December, 1914, and was 
killed in France. 



Pte. A. Baggoley. 

4th Manchester Regiment. 

Pte. Baggoley, Packing Room. Enlisted on 17th 
August, 1914, in the 4th Manchester Regiment, and 
was killed in France on the 6th July, 1915. 



Driver J. Parkington. 

Royal Field Artillery. 

Driver J. Parkington, Grey Room, was mobilised at the 
outbreak of War with the Royal Field Artillery. He served 
in France with the 210th Brigade Royal Field Artillery. 
Reported killed in action, but we are unable to get any 
definite information regarding him. 



Honours. 



INDEX. 



Dhootie Room. 

2nd Lieut. J. Heald, M.M. 
C.S.M. W. Pollitt, M.M. 



Royal Garrison Artillery. 
7th Manchester Regiment. 



Case Shop. 

Sapper Wm, Re id 



Royal Engineers. 



Manchester 
Operatives 




2nd Lieut. Jas. Heald, M.M 

Royal Garrison Artillery. 



2nd Lieut. Jas. Heald, Dhootie Room. Enlisted in 
October, 1914, in the Royal Garrison Artillery, and was 
promoted Sergeant in December, 1916. 

22nd August, 1917 :— 

" The Field Marshal Commanding-in-Chief has, under 
authority granted by His Majesty the King, awarded the 
decoration to the Non-Commissioned Officer shown 
below : — 

THE MILITARY MEDAL. 

48443 Sergeant Heald, J., 

234 Siege Battery, 

Royal Garrison Artillery. 

For gallantry and devotion to duty in action." 

Gazetted 2nd Lieut., 12th April, 1919. 



C.S.M. Wm. Pollitt, M.M. 

7th Manchester Regiment (T.F.). 



C.S.M. Wm. Pollitt, Dhootie Room, was mobilised with 
the 7th (Territorial) Manchester Regiment at the out- 
break of the War, and saw service in France and Italy. 
He was awarded the Military Medal at Bullecourt for 
holding an advanced position successfully for six hours. 



Manchester 
Operatives 




C.S.M. WM. POLLITT, M.M. 
7th Manchester Regiment (T.F.) 




Manchester 
Operatives 




Sapper WM. REID. 
2nd Field Company, Royal Engineers. 




Sapper Wm, ReicL 

2nd Field Company, Royal Engineers. 



Sapper Wm. Reid, Case Shop. Awarded Parchment 
Certificate by the General Officer Commanding 8th 
Division, for gallant conduct and devotion to duty. 

Action for which commended : — 

" During the fighting near Rosieres on 26th and 27th March, 
1918, this man and a few others stood out in their Com- 
pany which fought splendidly throughout the whole battle. 
They were conspicuous for their unwavering courage, and 
absolute subservience of all thought of personal feeling to 
the achievement of the common aim. By their continued 
cheerfulness under very trying circumstances they instilled 
into the others that fighting spirit and power of endurance 
which was so invaluable in assisting the Company to 
succeed in the task it was set. 

Sgd. J. W. HENEKER, 

Major-General, 

Commanding 8th Division." 



Wounded. 



INDEX. 



Grey Room. 

Pte. J. W. Owen- 
Pte. J. A. Brittan 
Pte. W. Lee - 

Pte. J. Warriner 

Grey Making-tip Room. 

Sergt. F. Fitzgerald - 

Cpl. E. Dorning 

Pte. D. Jardine - 

Pte. J. Deakin - 

Cpl. L. H. Markland 

Sergt. Ellis Redfern 

Cpl. J. Andrews (no photo) 

Pte. A. J. Rothe do. 

Cpl. J. H. Wheeldon do. 

Pte. J. Moran - - do. 

Dhootie Room. 

Pte. T. Barker - 
Pte. P. Berriman 
Pte. H. Win STAN ley - 
Pte. A. Oliver - 



Manchester Regiment. 
Royal Marines. 
Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 
Manchester Regiment. 



Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. 
Lancashire Fusiliers. 
Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 
Manchester Regiment. 
Royal Field Artillery. 
Cheshire Regiment. 
Manchester Regiment. 
Lancashire Fusiliers. 
Manchester Regiment. 
Manchester Regiment. 



King ' s O wn Royal Lancaster Regiment . 
Manchester Regiment. 
Welch Regiment. 
Manchester Regiment. 



Trooper H. Hankinson (no photo) Lancashire Hussars. 



Print Room. 

Pte. A. Jones 

Pte. J. Hayes 

Pte. J. Harrison 

Pte. A. Hutchinson - 

Pattern Room. 

L/Cpl. R. Wilcock - 
Pte. F. Gibbon - 
Pte. W. E. Coleman - 



Manchester Regiment, 
Manchester Regiment. 
Manchester Regiment. 
Manchester Regiment. 



Manchester Regiment. 

Cheshire Regiment. 

Royal Army Medical Corps. 



Packing Department. 

Pte. W. Raw - . - - Manchester Regiment. 

Pte. A. Palfreyman - - - Manchester Regiment. 

Pte. J. Bailey - - - - - North Staffordshire Regiment. 

Cpl. L. Allen - Royal Marines. 

Pte. J. Kingston - - - Manchester Regiment. 

Sergt. Frank Proctor - - Durham Light Infantry. 

Pte. A. Goodale - (no photo) Manchester Regiment. 



Case Shop. 

Pte. F. Sibbit 
Pte. J. Skelhorn 



(no photo) 



Seaforth Highlanders. 
Manchester Regiment. 



Manchester 
Operatives 




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Pte. J. W. OWEN. 
24th Manchester Regiment. 

Wounded. 



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Pte. J. A. BRITTAN. 
Royal Marines. 



Gassed, 



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Pte. J. W, Owen. 

24th Manchester Regiment. 



Pte. J. W. Owen, Grey Room. Enlisted 10th June, 
1916, in the 24th Manchester Regiment. Wounded in 
France. 



Pte. James Alf. Brittan. 

Royal Marines. 



Pte. James Alf. Brittan, Grey Room. Enlisted 18th 
September, 1915, in the Medical Unit, Royal Marines. 
Served in Egypt, Salonica, and gassed in France. 



Pte. Wm. Lee. 

1st Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 



Pte. Wm. Lee, Grey Room. Enlisted on 2nd February, 
1917, in the 1st Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Served in 
Gibraltar. 



Pte. J, Warrinen 

12th Manchester Regiment. 



Pte. J. Warriner, Grey Room. Enlisted on 10th May, 
1915, in the 12th Manchesters. Wounded in France. 



Manchester 
Operatives 




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Pte. WM. LEE. 
1st Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 

Wounded. 



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Pte. J. WARRINER. 
12th Manchester Regiment. 

Wounded. 



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Manchester 
Operatives 




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Sergt. F. FITZGERALD. 
JLoyal North Lancashire Regiment. 

Wounded. 



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Cpl. ERNEST DORNING. 
7th Lancashire Fusiliers. 

Wounded. 



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Sergt. Frank Fitzgerald, 

Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. 



Sergt. Frank Fitzgerald, Grey Making - up Room. 
Enlisted August, 1914, in the Loyal North Lancashire 
Regiment. Wounded in Gallipoli. 



Cpl. Ernest Doming. 

7th Lancashire Fusiliers. 



Cpl. Ernest Doming, Grey Making-up Room. Enlisted 
October, 1914, in the 7th Lancashire Fusiliers. 
Wounded in France. 



Pte. David Jardine. 

Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 



Pte. David Jardine, Grey Making-up Room. Enlisted 
February, 1917, in the Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Wounded 
in France. 



Pte. John Deakin. 

6th Manchester Regiment. 



Pte. John Deakin, Grey Making-up Room. Enlisted 
November, 1914, in the 6th Manchesters. Wounded 
in France. Also served in Italy. 



Manchester 
Operatives 




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Pte. DAVID JARDINE. 
Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 



Wounded. 



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Pte. JOHN DEAKTN. 
6th Manchester Regiment. 



Wounded. 



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Manchester 
Operatives 




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Cpl. L. H. MARKLAND. 
R.F.A. 



Wounded, 



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Sergt. ELLIS REDFERN. 
1st Cheshire Regiment. 



Wounded. 



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Cpl. L. Harvy Markland. 

Royal Field Artillery. 



Cpl. L. Harvy Markland, Grey Making-up Room. 
Enlisted June, 1915, in the Royal Field Artillery. 
Wounded twice in France. 



Sergt, Ellis Redfern, 

1st Cheshire Regiment. 



Sergt. Ellis Redfern, Grey Making-up Room. Enlisted 
in March, 1916, in the 1st Cheshire Regiment, and was 
wounded in France. 



Pte. Thomas Barker, 

9th King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment, 



Pte. Thomas Barker, Dhootie Room. Enlisted 4th Sep- 
tember, 1914, in the 9th King's Own Royal Lancasters. 
Served in France, and was eventually invalided out of 
the Service. 



Pte. Peter Berriman. 

6th Manchester Regiment. 



Pte. Peter Berriman, Dhootie Room. Enlisted in May, 
1915, in the 6th Manchester Regiment, and was 
wounded in France. 



Manchester 
Operatives 




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Pte. T. BARKER. 
9th King's Own Royal Lancaster Regt. 

Invalided. 



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Pte. PETER BERRIMAN. 
6th Manchester Regiment. 

Wounded. 



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Manchester 
Operatives 




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Pte. H. WINSTANLEY. 
9th Welch Regiment. 

Wounded and gassed. 



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Pte. ALBERT OLIVER. 

11th Manchester Regiment. 

Wounded. 



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Pte. Harry Winstanley. 

9th Welch Regiment. 



Pte. Harry Winstanley, Dhootie Room. Enlisted in the 
9th Welch Regiment in 1915. He served in France, 
where he was wounded and gassed. 



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Pte. Albert Oliver. 

llth Manchester Regiment. 



Pte. Albert Oliver, Dhootie Room. Enlisted in July, 
1916, in the llth Manchester Regiment. Wounded in 
France. 



Pte. Arthur Jones, 

22nd Manchester Regiment. 



Pte. Arthur Jones, Print Room. Enlisted 23rd Novem- 
ber, 1914, in the 22nd Manchesters. Served in France, 
where he was wounded. 



Pte. John Hayes. 

6/7th Manchester Regiment. 



Pte. John Hayes, Print Room. Enlisted 27th March, 
1917, in the 6/7th Manchesters. Served in France and 
Belgium. Gassed. 



manchester 
Operatives 




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Pte. A. JONES. 
22nd Manchester Regiment. 



Wounded. 



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Pte. JOHN HAYES. 
6/7th Manchester Regiment. 



Gassed. 



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Manchester 
Operatives 




eXsX^Kek. 



Rte. JOHN HARRISON, 
16th Manchester Regiment. 



Wounded. 



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Pte. A. HUTCHINSON. 
5th Manchester Regiment. 

Wounded. 




Pte. John Harrison. 

16th Manchester Regiment. 



Pte. John Harrison, Print Room. Enlisted April, 1915, 
in the 16th Manchester Regiment. Wounded in France. 



Pte, Arthur Hutchinson. 

5th Manchester Regiment. 



Pte. Arthur Hutchinson, Print Room. Enlisted on the 
11th February, 1916, in the 5th Manchester Regiment. 
Wounded in France. 



L/Cpl. Robert Wilcock. 

21st Manchester Regiment. 



L/Cpl. Robert Wilcock, Pattern Room. Enlisted 15th 
January, 1915, in the 21st Manchesters, and was 
wounded in France. 



Pte. Fredrick Gibbon, 

13th Cheshire Regiment. 



Pte. Fredrick Gibbon, Pattern Room. Enlisted 28th 
March, 1916, in the 13th Cheshires, and was wounded 
:n France. 



Manchester 
Operatives 




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L/Cpl. ROBERT WILCOCK. 

21st Manchester Regiment. 

Wounded. 



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Pte. FREDRICK GIBBON 
13th Cheshire Regiment. 

Wounded. 



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Manchester 
Operatives 




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Pte. WM. EDWARD COLEMAN, 
R.A.M.C. 

Wounded. 



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Pte. W. RAW. 
2nd Manchester Regiment. 

Wounded. 



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Pte. Wm. Edward Coleman. 

Royal Army Medical Corps. 



Pte. Wm. Edward Coleman, Pattern R.oom. Enlisted 
on the 11th April, 1917, in the Royal Army Medical 
Corps. 



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Pte. W. Raw. 

2nd Manchester Regiment. 



Pte. W. Raw, Packing Department. Enlisted on 6th 
June, 1916, in the 2nd Manchester Regiment, and was 
twice wounded in France. 



Pte. A. Palfreyman. 

21st Manchester Regiment. 



Pte. A. Palfreyman, Packing Department. Enlisted 4th 
June, 1915, in the 21st Manchester Regiment. Served 
in France, where he was wounded. 



Pte. J, Bailey. 

9th North Staffordshire Regiment. 



Pte. J. Bailey, Packing Department. Enlisted 14th 
February, 1917, in the 9th North Staffs- Served in 
France, and was gassed. 



Manchester 
Operatives 




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Pte. A. PALFREYMAN. 

2/lst Manchester Regiment. 

Wounded. 



Pte. J. BAILEY. 
9th North Staffordshire Regiment. 

Gassed. 




Manchester 
Operatives 




Cpl. L. ALLEN. 
Royal Marine Light Infantry. 

Wounded. 



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Pte. J. KINGSTON. 
21st Manchester Regiment. 

Wounded and shell-shock. 



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Cpl. L. Allen. 

Royal Marine Light Infantry. 



Cpl. L. Allen, Packing Department. Enlisted 9th 
November, 1914, in the Royal Marines (Plymouth Bat- 
talion). He served on the Gallipoli and French fronts, 
and was wounded. 



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Pte. J. Kingston. 

21st Manchester Regiment. 



Pte. J. Kingston, Packing Department. Enlisted 30th 
November, 1914, in the 21st Manchester Regiment. 
Served in France, where he was wounded and suffered 
from shell-shock. 



Sergt Frank Proctor. 

2/5th Durham Light Infantry. 



Sergt. Frank Proctor, Packing Department. Enlisted 
July, 1916, in the 2/5th Durham Light Infantry. Served 
in Salonica for over two years. 



Pte. F. Sibbit. 

Seaforth Highlanders. 



Pte. F. Sibbit, Case Shop. Enlisted in February, 1916, 
and was wounded four times in France. 



Manchester 
Operatives 




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Serg-t. FRANK PROCTOR. 
2/5th Durham Light Infantry. 

Wounded. 



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Pte. F. SIBBIT. 
Seaforth Highlanders. 

Wounded. 




Of the following Operatives who were wounded we 
have no photograph : — 

Grey Making-up Room. 

Cpl. J. ANDREWS. 

Enlisted in November, 1914, in the 6th Manchesters, and 
was wounded in France. 

Pte. ARTHUR JAMES ROTHE. 

Enlisted in June, 1915, in the Lancashire Fusiliers, and 
was wounded in France. 

Cpl. JOHN H. WHEELDON. 

Enlisted in June, 1915, in the 23rd (Bantam) Battalion 
Manchester Regiment, and was wounded in France. 

Pte. JOHN MORAN. 

Enlisted in February, 1916, in the 8th Manchester Regi- 
ment, and was wounded in France. 

Dhootie Room. 

Trooper H. HANKINSON. 

Enlisted on 17th February, 1917, in the Lancashire 
Hussars (Yeomanry) . He was wounded and taken prisoner 
in France. 

Packing Department. 

Pte. A. GOODALE. 

Enlisted on 30th November, 1914, in the 21st Manchester 
Regiment, and was wounded in France. 

Case Shop. 

Pte. JOS. SKELHORN. 

Enlisted in the 8th (Territorial) Battalion Manchester 
Regiment in October, 1914, and was wounded in Gallipoli. 



Serving. 



INDEX 



Grey Room. 

Pte. H. Coups 
Pte. F. Roe - 
Pte. R. Jones - 
Driver S. H. Royle 
Pte. A. Adshead 
Sergt. H. Fawcett 
L/Cpl. W. Duffy - 
L/Cpl. A. Taylor - 
Sergt. A. A. Cooper 
Pte. S. J. Procter 
Pte, A. Taylor 

Grey Making-tip Room. 
Pte. A. Sims - 
Pte. W. Hey wood - 
Pte. C. H. Booth - 
Pte. G. Warrington 

Pte. J. H. Derbyshire 

L/Cpl. E. Tomlinson 

Pte. Chas. Kay 

Pte. H. Ball - 

Pte. L. Birch - 

Pte. F. Grainger - 

Pte. G. G. Miller 

Pte. E. Hayes 

2nd Lieut. F. Baldwin 

Pte. T. Harrison - 

Cpl. J. H. Froggatt 

Pte. A. H. Sykes - 

Pte. T. Moss - 

Pte. T. D. Barton 

Pte. J. W. Ardron 

Pte. J. Taylor 

Pte. W. H. Elliot 

Cpl. A. James - 

Cpl. F. Wilkinson - 

Pte. J. Knowles 

Pte. J. Garvey 

Pte. J. Sheen - 

Pte. S. Searson 

Pte. J. Rayner 

Pte. S. Haigh - 

Pte. W. Brady 

Pte. J. Bramhall - 

Pte. T. Kelly 

L/Cpl , H. Colbeck 

A/M. J, Hunt- 



(no photo) 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



(no photo) 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 

Royal Flying Corps. 

Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 

Royal Engineers. 

Cheshire Regiment. 

Royal Army Service Corps (M.T. 

180th Coy. Machine Gun Corps. 

Manchester Regiment. 

Royal Field Artillery (T.F.). 

(Regiment unknown). 

Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 



King's Liverpool Regiment. 
Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders 
Manchester Regiment 
Manchester Regiment and (later) 

Royal Garrison Artillery. 
King's Own Royal Lancaster Regt. 
Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 
Manchester Regiment. 
Manchester Regiment. 
Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 
Welch Regiment. 
Border Regiment. 
Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 
Lancashire Fusiliers. 
Royal Army Medical Corps. 
Royal Army Medical Corps. 
East Yorkshire Regiment. 
Monmouthshire Regiment. 
Manchester Regiment. 
Royal Army Service Corps. 
Manchester Regiment. 
East Lancashire Regiment. 
Rifle Brigade. 

Royal Army Medical Corps. 
Manchester Regiment. 
Manchester Regiment. 
Monmouthshire Regiment. 
Manchester Regiment. 
Manchester Regiment. 
London Welsh. 
Manchester Regiment. 
Manchester Regiment. 
Manchester Regiment. 
Royal Army Medical Corps. 
Royal Air Force. 



INDEX (Continued), 



Dhootic Room. 

Driver F. Plant 
Pte. A. Jennings - 
Pte. W. Lawson 
Pte. J. T. Jones 
L/Cpl. W. Hood - 
L/Cpl. F. Sharp - 
Sergt. J. Payton 
Pte. T. Woodhouse 
Pte. R. Ascough - 



(no photo) 



Royal Field Artillery. 
Manchester Regiment. 
Royal Army Medical Corps. 
Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 
Manchester Regiment. 
Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. 
Royal Army Medical Corps. 
Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 
South Wales Borderers. 



Print Room. 

Pte. W. Wardley - 
Driver J. Crook 
Pte. E. Pickles 
Pte. S. Birch - 
Pte. W. Hempinstall 



King's Liverpool Regiment. 
Royal Army Service Corps. 
Welch Regiment. 

Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.). 
Cheshire Regiment. 



Pattern Room. 

Pte. E. Ackerley 



Welch Regiment. 



Packing Department . 
Pte. P. Byrne 
Pte. A. Lane - 
Pte. B. Ireland 
Pte. F. Isherwood 
Saddler J. Harwood 
Saddler G. H. Fernley 
Gunner R. Taylor - 
Pte. W. Horrabin - 
Pte. J. Lloyd - 
Cpl. /Saddler A. Hood 

Pte. J. WOTHERSPOON - 

Pte. H. O. Williams ■ 
Gunner T. Robinson 
L/Cpl. W. Davies - 



(no photo) 
do. 



Liverpool Regiment. 

Lancashire Fusiliers. 

Manchester Regiment. 

Welch Regiment. 

Royal Field Artillery (East Lanes.). 

Royal Field Artillery (East Lanes.). 

Royal Field Artillery. 

Manchester Regiment. 

Manchester Regiment. 

Royal Field Artillery (East Lanes.). 

Manchester Regiment. 

Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 

Royal Field Artillery. 

Manchester Regiment. 



Case Shop. 

Sergt. T. Jennings - 
Sergt. J. Daniels - 
Pte. A. Taylor 
Pte. C. E. Watson 
Pte. W. J. Bradshaw 
Pte. J. Forgo - 
Pte. H. Clark 



(no photo) 
do. 



Manchester Regiment. 
Manchester Regiment. 
Manchester Regiment. 
Royal Air Force. 
Royal Air Force. 
(Regiment unknown), 
do. 



Manchester 
Operatives 




Pte. H. COUPS. 
24th Royal Welsh Fusiliers 



Pte. F. ROE. 
Royal Air Force. 



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Pte. R. JONES. 
1st Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 




Driver S. H. ROYLE. 
Royal Engineers. 



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Private Harold Coups. 

24th Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 

Pte. Harold Coups, Grey Room. Enlisted January, 
1918, in the 52nd South Wales Borderers and afterwards 
served with the 24th Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 



Private F. Roe. 

Royal Air Force. 

Pte. F. Roe, Grey Room. Enlisted November, 1917, 
in the Royal Flying Corps, and served in France. 



Private R. Jones. 

1st Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 

Pte. Rob. Jones, Grey Room. Enlisted 14th February, 
1916, in the 1st Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Served in 
Gibraltar. 



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Driver S. H. Royle. 

Royal Engineers. 

Driver S. H. Boyle, Grey Room. Enlisted 6th July, 
1917, in the Royal Engineers. Home Service. 



Pte. Arthur Adshead. 

Cheshire Regiment. 

Pte. Arthur Adshead, Grey Room. Enlisted in June, 
1916, in the Cheshire Regiment. Home service. 



Sergt. H. Fawcett. 

Royal Army Service Corps. 

Sergt. H. Fawcett, Grey Room. Enlisted in 1915 in the 
Royal Army Service Corps (Mechanical Transport). 
Home service. 



Pte. Archie Sims. 

The King's Liverpool Regiment. 

Pte. Archie Sims, Grey Making-up Room. Enlisted 
March, 1916, in the King's Liverpool Regiment. Served 
in France. 



Pte. Wm. Heywood. 

Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders. 

Pte. Wm. Heywood, Grey Making-up Room. Enlisted 
August, 1916, in the Queen's Own Cameron High- 
landers. Served in France. 



Manchester 
Operatives 




Tte. WM. HEY WOOD. 
Queen's Own Cameron Highrs. 



Manchester 
Operatives 




Pte. C. II. BOOTH. 
Manchester Regiment. 




Tte. G. WARRINGTON 

4th Manchester Regiment 

and (later) R.G.A. 




Pte J. H. DERBYSHIRE. 

King's Own Royal Lancaster 

Regiment. 



L/Cpl. E. TOMLINSON. 
Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 



Pte. Chas. H. Booth. 

Manchester Regiment. 

Pte. Chas. H. Booth, Grey Making-up Room. Enlisted 
July, 1917, in the Manchester Regiment. Served in 
France. 



Pte. Geo. Warrington. 

4th Manchester Regiment. 

Pte. Geo. Warrington, Grey Making-up Room. Enlisted 
in September, 1916, in the 4th Manchesttrs Served in 
France. Later transferred to Royal Garrison Artillery. 



Pte. J. H. Derbyshire. 

King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment. 

Pte. J. H. Derbyshire, Grey Making-up Room. Enlisted 
in November, 1915, in the King's Own Royal Lancaster 
Regiment. Taken prisoner of war in 1917. 



L'Cpl, Ed. Tomlinson. 

Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 

L/Cpl. Ed. Tomlinson, Grey Making-up Room. Enlisted 
February, 1917, in the Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Served 
in France and was taken prisoner of war in 1917. 



Pte. Chas. Kay. 

9th Manchester Regiment. 

Pte. Chas. Kay, Grey Making-up Room. Enlisted May, 
1918, in the 9th Manchester Regiment. Served in 
France. 



Pte. Herbert Ball. 

9th Manchester Regiment. 

Pte. Herbert Ball, Grey Making-up Room. Enlisted 
August, 1917, in the 9th Manchester Regiment. Served 
in France. 



Pte. Leonard Birch. 

Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 

Pte. Leonard Birch, Grey Making up Room. Enlisted 
March, 1917, in the Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Served in 
France and in the Army of Occupation. 



Pte. Fred. Grainger. 

9th Welch Regiment. 

Pte. Fred Grainger, Grey Making-up Room. Enlisted 
November, 1917, in the 9th Welch Regiment. Served 
in France. 



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Pte. CHAS. KAY. 
9th Manchester Regiment. 



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Pte. H. BALL. 
9th Manchester Regiment. 





Pte. L. BIRCH. 

Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 



Pte. F. GRAINGER. 
9th Welch Regiment. 



Manchester 
Operatives 




Tte. G. G. MILLER. 
5th Border Regiment. 



Pte. ED. HAYES. 
Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 





2nd Lieut. F. BALDWIN. 
7th Lancashire Fusiliers. 



Pte. T. HARRISON. 
Royal Army Medical Corps. 



Pte. George Grant Miller. 

5th Border Regiment. 

Pte. Geo. Grant Miller, Grey Making-up Room. Enlisted 
April, 1917, in the 5th Border Regiment. Served in 
France. 

Pte. Ed. Hayes. 

Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 

Pte. Ed. Hayes, Grey Making-up Room. Enlisted 
March, 1917, in the Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Served in 
France. 

2nd Lieut. Frank Baldwin. 

7th Lancashire Fusiliers. 

Pte. Frank Baldwin, Grey Making-up Room. Enlisted 
in January, 1915, in the 7th Lancashire Fusiliers. 
Served in France, and promoted Sergeant, afterwards 
obtaining a Commission. 



Pte. Thomas Harrison. 

Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Pte. Thomas- Harrison, Grey Making-up Room. 
Enlisted in March, 1915, in the Royal Army Medical 
Corps, and served in Salonica and France. 



CpL J. H. Froggatt, 

Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Cpl. J. H. Froggatt, Grey Making-up Room. Enlisted 
in May, 1915, in the Royal Army Medical Corps, and 
served in France and Belgium. 



Pte. A. H. Sykes. 

East Yorkshire Regiment. 

Pte. A. H. Sykes, Grey Making-up Room. Enlisted 
in September, 1916, in the East Yorkshire Regiment. 



Pte. Thomas Moss. 

4th Monmouthshire Regiment. 

Pte. Thomas Moss, Grey Making-up Room. Enlisted 
in July, 1918, in the 4th Monmouthshire Regiment. 



Pte. Thomas Dutton Barton. 

4th Manchester Regiment. 

Pte. Thomas Dutton Barton, Grey Making-up Room. 
Enlisted in November, 1917, in the 4th Manchester 
Regiment, and served in France. 



Manchester 
Operatives 




Cpl. J. H. FROGGATT. 
Royal Army Medical Corps, 



Pte. A. H. SYKES. 
East Yorkshire Regiment. 




Pte. THOS. MOSS. 
4th Monmouthshire Regiment. 



Pte. THOS. BUTTON BARTON. 
4th Manchester Regiment. 



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Pte. J. W. ARDRON. 
Royal Army Service Corps. 



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Pte. JAS. TAYLOR. 
11th Manchester Regiment. 



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Pte. W. H. ELLIOT. 

East Lancashire Regiment. 



Cpl. A. JAMES. 
Rifle Brigade. 



Pte. Jos. Wm. Ardron. 

Royal Army Service Corps. 

Pte. Jos. Wm. Ardron, Grey Making-up Room. Enlisted 
in August, 1918, in the Royal Army Service Corps. 



Pte. James Taylor. 

11th Manchester Regiment. 

Pte. James Taylor, Grey Making-up Room. Enlisted 
in August, 1914, in the 11th Manchester Regiment. 



Pte. W. H. Elliot. 

East Lancashire Regiment. 

Pte. W. H. Elliot, Grey Making-up Room. Enlisted 
12th September, 1914, in the East Lancashire Regiment, 
and served in France. 



Cpl. Arthur James. 

Rifle Brigade. 

Cpl. Arthur James, Grey Making-up Room. Enlisted 
September, 1914, in the Rifle Brigade, and served in 
France and Belgium. 



Cpl. Frank Wilkinson. 

Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Cpl. Frank Wilkinson, Grey Making-up Room. Enlisted 
November, 1914, in the Royal Army Medical Corps, 
and served in France *and Belgium. 



Driver F. Plant. 

Royal Field Artillery. 

Driver F. Plant, Dhootie Room. Enlisted May, 1915, 
in the Royal Field Artillery, and served in France. 



Pte. Alb. Jennings. 

6th Manchester Regiment. 

Pte. Alb. Jennings, Dhootie Room. Enlisted April, 
1917, in the 6th Manchester Regiment, and served in 
France. 

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Pte. Wm. Lawson. 

Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Pte. Wm. Lawson, Dhootie Room. Enlisted October, 
1915, in the Royal Army Medical Corps (East Lanca- 
shire Field Ambulance). He served in Fiance and 
Belgium. 



Manchester 
Operatives 



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Cpl. F. WILKINSON. 
Royal Army Medical Corps. 



Driver F. PLANT. 
Royal Field Artillery. 





Pte. A. JENNINGS. 
6th Manchester Regiment. 



Pte. W. LAWSON. 
Royal Army Medical Corps. 



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Operatives 



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Pte. J. T. JONES. 
Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 



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L/Cpl. W. HOOD. 
16th Manchester Regiment. 



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L/Cpl. F. SHARP. 
Loyal North Lanes. Regiment. 



Sergt. JOSHUA PAYTON. 
Royal Army Medical Corps. 



Pte. Jas. T. Jones. 

Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 

Pt. Jas. T. Jones, Dhootie Room. Enlisted April, 1916, 
in the Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Served in Salonica. 



L/Cpl. William Hood. 

16th Manchester Regiment. 

L/Cpl. Wm. Hood, Dhootie Room. Enlisted in July, 
1916, in the 16th Manchesters. He served in France, 
and was taken prisoner in 1918. 



L/Cpl. Frank Sharp. 

Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. 

L/Cpl. Frank Sharp, Dhootie Room. Enlisted in May, 
1917, in the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. He 
served in France, where he was taken prisoner. 



Sergt. Joshua Payton. 

Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Sergt. Joshua Payton, Dhootie Room. Enlisted in 
May, 1915, in the Royal Army Medical Corps. 



Pte, Tom Woodhouse. 

Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 

Pte. Tom Woodhouse, Dhootie Room. Enlisted in 
1916 in the Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 



Pte. W. Wardley. 

The King's Liverpool Regiment. 

Pte. W. Wardley, Print Room. Enlisted on 23rd 
February, 1917, in the King's Liverpool Regiment, and 
served in France. 



Driver John Crook. 

Royal Army Service Corps. 

Driver John Crook, Print Room. Enlisted on 5th 
September, 1914, in the Royal Army Service Corps, and 
served in France. 



Pte. Eric Pickles. 

18th Welch Regiment. 

Pte. Eric Pickles, Print Room. Enlisted in November, 
1917, in the 18th Welch Regiment, and served in France. 



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Operatives 



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Pte. T. WOODHOUSE. 

Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 




Driver JOHN CROOK. 
Royal Army Service Corps. 



Pte. W. WARDLEY. 
The King's Liverpool Regiment. 




Pte. E. PICKLES. 

18th Welch Regiment. 



Manchester 
Operatives 



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Fte. S. BIRCH. 
Royal Army Service Corps ( M. T. 




Pte. W. HEMPINSTALL. 
15th Cheshire Regiment. 




Pte. E. ACKERLEY. 
Welch Regiment. 



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Pte. P. BYRNE. 
King's Liverpool Regiment. 



Pte. Sam Birch. 

Royal Army Service Corps. 

Pte. Sam Birch, Print Room. Enlisted in October, 
1917, in the Royal Army Service Corps (Mechanical 
Transport). Served in France. 



Pte, W. Hempinstall. 

15th Cheshire Regiment. 

Pte. W. Hempinstall, Print Room. Enlisted in July, 
1917, in the 15th Cheshire Regiment. Served in 
France. 



Pte, Edward Ackerley. 

Welch Regiment. 

Pte. Edward Ackerley, Pattern Room. Enlisted on the 
21st October, 1918, in the Young Soldiers' Battalion of 
the Welch Regiment. Invalided out in October, 1919. 



Pte. P. Byrne. 

King's Liverpool Regiment. 

Pte. P. Byrne, Packing Department. Enlisted 29th 
April, 1918, in the 52nd King's Liverpool Regiment. 
Served in France. 



Pte. A. Lane. 

8th Lancashire Fusiliers. 

Pte. A. Lane, Packing Depatment. Enlisted on 6th 
August, 1914, in the 8th (Salford) Battalion Lancashire 
Fusiliers. Served in Egypt. 



Pte. Bert. Ireland. 

23rd Manchester Regiment. 

Pte. Bert. Ireland, Packing Department. Enlisted on 
7th December, 1914, in the 23rd Manchester Regiment, 
and served in France. 

Pte. F. Isherwood. 

Welch Regiment. 

Pte. F. Isherwood, Packing Department. Enlisted 18th 
October, 1918, in the Welch Regiment, and served in 
France. 

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Saddler J. Harwood. 

Royal Field Artillery. 

Saddler J. Harwood, Packing Department. Enlisted on 
5th June, 1915, in the East Lancashire Royal Field 
Artillery. Served in Egypt and Palestine. 



Manchester 
Operatives 



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Pte. F. ISHERWOOD 
Welch Regiment. 



Saddler J. HARWOOD. 
Royal Field Artillery. 



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Operatives 



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Saddler G. H. FERNLEY. 
Royal Field Artillery. 




Gunner R. TAYLOR. 
Royal Field Artillery. 




Pte. W. HORRABIN. 
1st Manchester Regiment 



Pte. J. LLOYD. 
5th Manchester Regiment. 



Saddler G. H. Fernley. 

Royal Field Artillery. 

Saddler G. H. Fernley, Packing Department. Enlisted 
on 4th June, 1915, in the East Lancashire Royal Field 
Artillery. Served in Egypt and Palestine. 



Gunner R. Taylor. 

Royal Field Artillery. 

Gunner R. Taylor, Packing Department. Enksted 4th 
January, 1915, in the Royal Field Artillery. Served in 
France, Egypt, and Palestine. 

Pte. W. Horrabin. 

1st Manchester Regiment. 

Pte. W. Horrabin, Packing Department. Enlisted on 
11th September, 1917, in the 1st Manchester Regiment. 
Served in Palestine. 



Pte. J. Lloyd. 

5th Manchester Regiment. 

Pte. J. Lloyd, Packing Department. Enlisted on 4th 
June, 1915, in the 5th Manchester Regiment. 



Cpl. /Saddler A. Hood. 

Royal Field Artillery. 

Cpl./Saddler A. Hood, Packing Department. Enlisted 
on 2nd January, 1915, in the East Lancashire Royal 
Field Artillery. Served in Egypt, France, and Flanders. 



Pte. J. Wotherspoon. 

21st Manchester Regiment. 

Pte. J. Wotherspoon, Packing Department. Enlisted 
on 5th January, 1915, in the 21st Manchester Regiment. 



Pte. H. O. Williams. 

Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 

Pte. H. O. Williams, Packing Department. Enlisted 
on 8th July, 1918, in the Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 



Sergt. T. Jennings. 

13th Manchester Regiment. 

Sergt. T. Jennings, Case Making Department. Enlisted 
October, 1915, in the Manchester Regiment, and served 
in France with the 13th Battalion. 



Manchester 
Operatives 




Cpl. /Saddler A. HOOD 
Royal Field Artillery. 



Pte. J. WOTHERSPOON. 
21st Manchester Regiment. 





Pte. H. O. WILLIAMS. 
Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 



Sergt. T. JENNINGS. 
13th Manchester Regiment. 



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Operatives 




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Sergt. J. DANIELS. 
8th Manchester Regiment 




Pte. A. TAYLOR. 
4th Manchester Regiment. 



Pte. C. E. WATSON. 
Royal Air Force. 




Pte. W. J. BRADSHAW. 
Royal Air Force. 



Sergt. J. Daniels. 

8th Manchester Regiment. 

Sergt. J. Daniels, Case Making Department, was mobilised 
in August, 1914, with the 8th Manchester Territorials and 
went to the Dardanelles. He also saw service in France. 



Pte. Albert Taylor. 

4th Manchester Regiment. 

Pte. Albert Taylor, Case Making Department. Enlisted 
in October, 1916, in the 4th Manchester Regiment. 



Pte. C. E. Watson. 

Royal Air Force. 

Pte. C. E. Watson, Case Making Department. Enlisted 
in July, 1918. 



Pte. W. J. Bradshaw. 

Royal Air Force. 

Pte. W. J. Bradshaw, Case Making Department. Enlisted 
in October, 1917, in the Royal Air Force. Home service. 



Of the following Operatives who served we have 
no photograph : — 

Grey Room,. 

L/Cpl. W. DUFFY. 

Enlisted on 20th January, 1916, in the 180th Company 
Machine Gun Corps. Served in France and Egypt. 

L/Cpl. ARTHUR TAYLOR. 

Mobilised at the outbreak of war with the 8th (Terri- 
torial) Battalion Manchester Regiment. Served in 
the Dardanelles and France. 

Sergt. A. A. COOPER. 

Mobilised in August, 1914, with the Royal Field 
Artillery (Territorials). Served in Egypt and the 
Dardanelles. 

Pte. S. J. PROCTER. 

Enlisted on 27th July, 1918. 

Pte. ALFRED TAYLOR. 

Enlisted on 15th July, 1918, in the Royal Welsh 
Fusiliers, and served in France. 

Grey Making-up Room. 

Pte. JOSEPH KNOWLES. 

Enlisted in May, 1917, in the 9th Manchester Regiment, 
and served in France. 

Pte. JOHN GARVEY. 

Enlisted in March, 1918, in the 9th Manchester 
Regiment, and served in France. 

Pte. JOHN SHEEN. 

Enlisted in August, 1918, in the 4th Monmouthshire 
Regiment, and served in France. 

Pte. SAMUEL SEARSON. 

Enlisted in February, 1917, in the 9th Manchester 
Regiment, and served in France. 

Pte. JOHN RAYNER. 

Enlisted in March, 1917, in the Labour Corps attached 
to a Battalion of the Manchesters. Served in France. 



Of the following Operatives who served we have 
no photograph : — 

Grey Making-up Room (continued). 
Pte. SAMUEL HAIGH. 

Enlisted in May, 1917, in the London Welsh. Served 
in France, and later in Germany with the Army of 
Occupation. 

Pte. WILLIAM BRADY. 

Enlisted in August, 1916, in the Manchester Regiment, 
and served in France. 

Pte. JAMES BRAMHALL. 

Enlisted in November, 1917, in the 9th Manchester 
Regiment, and served in France. 

Pte. T. KELLY. 

Enlisted in February, 1917, in the 9th Manchester 
Regiment, and served in France. 

L/Cpl. HAROLD COLBECK. 

Enlisted in November, 1914, in the Royal Army Medical 
Corps, and served in France. 

A/M. JAMES HUNT. 

Enlisted in August, 1917, in the Royal Flying Corps. 

Dhootie Room. 

Pte. ROBERT ASCOUGH. 

Enlisted in May, 1918, in the South Wales Borderers. 

Packing Department. 

Gunner T. ROBINSON. 

Enlisted on 7th June, 1915, in the Royal Field Artillery. 
Served in Egypt and Palestine. 

L/Cpl. W. DAVIES. 

Enlisted on 5th July, 1918, in the Manchester Regiment, 
and served in France. 

Case Shop. 

Pte. J. FORGO. 

Enlisted in March, 1916. 

Pte. H. CLARK. 

Enlisted in October, 1917, and served in India. 



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Capt. F. G. Steuart, M.C, 
Capt. W. L. H. Thacker 



44th Merwara Infantry. 

Indian Army Reserve of Officers. 



Serving. 



Capt. Harold R. West Watson 

Capt. J. H. G. Knox - - - (no photo) 



18th K.G.O. Lancers. 
35th Scinde Horse. 



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Capt. Nigel F. Paton, A.D.C. 
2nd Lieut. R. D. England. 
Pte. H. D. B. Harrington. 
Gunner H. G. Lee. 
Gunner J. A. Mosses. 
Cpl. L. E. O'Shea. 
Pipe/Cpl. G. B. Ramsay. 



Gunner R. H. Tucker. 
Sergt. Samuel Judah. 
Sergt. C. X. Noronha. 
Pte. J. M. D'Silva. 
Pte. E. Moses. 
Pte. N. Salazar. 
Pte. P. Braganza. 



Bombay 
Staff 




Capt. F. G. STEUART, M.C. 

Chevalier of the Order of the Star of Roumania. 

42nd Deoli Regiment and (later) 44th Merwara Infantry 
(Indian Army). 




Capt. F. G. Steuart, M.C. 

44th Merwara Infantrv. 



Capt. F. G. Steuart joined the Firm in London in 1900 
(Shipping Department), and proceeded to India in 1903, 
where he was employed in Shipping Department in 
Karachi and Bombay until the outbreak of war. 

War Services.— Assistant Embarkation Staff Officer, 
August to December, 1914. Attached 42nd Deoli 
Regiment, January-May, 1915. Attached 44th Merwara 
Infantry in Mesopotamia, and served with them until 
April, 1919, commanding the regiment from December 
1918, until demobilised. 

Honours. — Military Cross, 8th June, 1918, for dis- 
tinguished services in connection with the campaigns in 
Mesopotamia and especially for dealing with the Abu 
Bakhait and Abu Laita raiders. Chevalie of the Order 
of the Star of Roumania, 31st December 1918, awarded 
by the Roumanian Government for distinguished services 
in Mesopotamia. Mentioned in despatches. 



Capt. W. L. H. Thacker, M.C. 

4th Indian Cavalry. 



Capt. Thacker joined the Indian Army Reserve of 
Officers in August, 1914, and first saw active service 
while attached to the Queen's Own Corps of Guides on 
the North-west Frontier (1914). 

In 1915 he went to France, where he joined the 
4th Indian Cavalry. 

In December, 1915, he went to Mesopotamia, where 
he remained until invalided to India in 1916. 

He was ordered to Persia in 1917, and was there 
attached to the Burma Mounted Rifles, remaining there 
till 1919. 

He was thrice mentioned in despatches, and received 
the Military Cross for good work done in Persia. 



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Capt. W. L. H. THACKER, M.C. 

4th Indian Cavalry. 

Thrice mentioned in despatches. 




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Staff 




Capt. Harold R. West Watson. 

17th Cavalry and (later) 18th K.G.O. Lancers, Indian Army. 

Capt. Watson, who had previously served for over 
twelve years (October, 1901, to April, 1914) in the City 
of London Yeomanry, was Commissioned to the 17th 
Cavalry, Indian Army, on the 8th January, 1915. 

From January to May, 1915, he served with his 
regiment at Allahabad, after which he proceeded to 
France and there joined the 18th K.G.O. Lancers. 

In March, 1918, his regiment left France, and Capt. 
Watson thereafter served with them in Egypt, Pa^stine, 
and Syria, until invalided in April, 1919. 

He was mentioned in despatches in September, 1918. 

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Of the following we have no photograph : — 
Capt, J. H. G. Knox. 

35th Scinde Horse. 



Capt. J. H. G. Knox informs us that he regrets he has 
no suitable photograph to send us. 

He enlisted in August, 1914, and proceeded to East 
Africa on field service with Expeditionary Force " B " 
in September of the same year. 

He was given a Commission in August, 1915, and 
invalided to India in December, 1916, thereafter doing 
duty with his regiment there. 



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Capt. NIGEL F. PATON, A.D.C. 
Bombay Battalion Indian Defence Force. 




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Name. Regiment. 

Lieut. J. C. Bradbury- - - 2/7th King's Liverpool Regiment. 

Sergt. /Pilot J. S. Tuckett - - Royal Air Force. 

L/Cpl. G. Percival (no photo) - l/5th Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. 



Liverpool 
Staff 




Lieut. JOHN C. BRADBURY. 

2/7th King's Liverpool Regiment. 

Died of wounds, 6th October, 1918. 



Lieut. John C. Bradbury, 

2/7th King's Liverpool Regiment. 



Lieut. Bradbury joined the Army in November. 1915. 
Serving at first as a trooper in the Denbighshire Hussars, 
he was transferred to the King's Liverpool (Irish) 
Regiment, and after going through a course in an Officers' 
Cadet Battalion received a Commission in the 2 7th 
King's Liverpool Regiment. He died at Camiers, 6th 
October, 1918, from wounds received in action, and 
was buried in the British Cemetery at Etaples. 



Sergt./Pilot John S. Tuckett. 

Royal Air Force. 



Sergt. Tuckett joined the Army in September, 1917, 
and was placed in No. 1 Squadron, Royal Flying Corps, 
Cadet Wing, St. Leonards. Soon after receiving his 
Pilot's Certificate he was killed owing to a mishap to 
his machine during a practice flight in Scotland. 



Liverpool 
Staff 




JOHN S. TUCKETT. 
oyal Air Force. 
Killed. 



Of the following Member of Staff who fell 
we have no photograph : — 

L/Cpl. Gerald Percival. 

l/5th Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. 

L/Cpl. Gerald Percival, l/5th Loyal North Lancashire 
Regiment, joined the Army in January, 1917, was 
a Lewis Gunner, and was recommended for a Com- 
mission. He was killed in action in France in October, 
1918. 






Wounded. 



Name. 
Lieut. E. Harrison - 
Signaller A. Johnston 
Cpl. Joseph Booth - 



Regiment. 

South Lancashire Regiment. 
Royal Garrison Artillery. 
Cheshire Regiment. 



Liverpool 
Staff 




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Lieut. E. HARRISON. 
2nd South Lancashire Regiment. 

Wounded. 



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Signaller A. JOHNSTON. 
Roval Garrison Artillery. 



Wounded. 







Lieut. E. Harrison. 

2nd South Lancashire Regiment. 



Lieut. Harrison obtained a Commission in the 2nd 
South Lancashire Regiment in January, 1915. He was 
wounded in 1916, and after being on Home Service for 
a period, at Walney Island, Barrow-in-Furness, returned 
to France, later transferring to the Regular Army. 



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Signaller A. Johnston. 

Royal Garrison Artillery. 



Signaller A. Johnston enlisted 8th August, 1914. Went 
to France in January 1916, and was all through the 
Somme Offensive of 1916. He was drafted to India 
early in 1918, and saw service in the Kyber Pass during 
the recent operations against the Afghans. Demobilised 
8th December, 1919. 



Cpl. Joseph Booth. 

20th Cheshire Regiment. 



Cpl. J. Booth enlisted in what was locally known as 
Lord Derby's Lancashire Artillery in February, 1915 
(after having seen service in South Africa during the 
Boer War). He went to France, where he was wounded 
and sent home, being subsequently discharged as "medi- 
cally unfit" with the rank of Corporal. However, later on, 
when we were being hard pressed, he rejoined the Army, 
getting into the 20th Cheshire Regiment, and again 
went to France, only to be discharged a second time, 
in June, 1917, "unfit as a result of shell-shock." 



Liverpool 
Staff 




Serving. 



Name. 
Sergt. J. H. Halsall 
2nd Lieut. L. J. S. Smith 
Pte. N. J. R. Whitelaw 

Pte. G. A. MlLDENSTEIN - 



Regiment. 
The King's Liverpool Regiment. 
6th King's Liverpool Regiment (Rifles). 
Royal Lancashire Fusiliers. 
Inns of Court Officers' Training Corps. 



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Sergt. J. H. HALSALL. 
The King's Liverpool Regiment 



2nd Lieut. L. J. S. SMITH. 

6th King's Liverpool Regiment 

(Rifles) 




Pte. N. J. R. WHITELAW. 
Royal Lancashire Fusiliers. 



Pte. G. A. MILDENSTEIN, 
Inns of Court O.T.C. 



Sergt. J. H. Halsall. 

The King's Liverpool Regiment. 

Sergt. Halsall joined the "Pals" Battalion of the King's 
Liverpool Regiment in November, 1914. He went to 
France in 1915, was later invalided home, and remained 
subsequently on Home Service until the end of the war. 

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2nd Lieut. L. J. S. Smith. 

6th King's Liverpool Regiment (Rifles). 

2nd Lieut. Smith joined in November, 1915, as a trooper 
in the Denbighshire Hussars. He was transferred to 
2nd Dragoon Guards, and then to 3rd Suffolk Regiment. 
He proceeded to France and was there transferred to 
the 7th King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. After 
going through a course in an Officers' Cadet Battalion 
he was given a Commission in the 6th King's Liverpool 
Regiment (Rifles). 



Pte. N. J. R. Whitelaw. 

Royal Lancashire Fusiliers. 

Pte. Whitelaw joined the Army in February, 1917, and 
was drafted to the Royal Lancashire Fusiliers. He was 
taken prisoner at Villiers Brettoneaux in March, 1918. 

Pte. Geo. A. Mildenstein. 

Inns of Court Officers' Training Corps. 

Pte. Mildenstein joined the Inns of Court Officers' 
Training Corps in August, 1918. 



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Name. Regiment. 

2nd Lieut. W. H. Davison - 2/32nd Sikh Pioneers. 



Calcutta 
Staff 




2nd Lieut. WILLIAM HOPE DAVISON. 

2/32nd Sikh Pioneers. 

Indian Army Reserve of Officers. 

Died of enteric fever at Murree, 6th Sept , 1917 




2nd Lieut. William Hope Davison. 

2/32nd Sikh Pioneers. 



2nd Lieut. William Hope Davison, born at Portobello, 
Scotland, on November 10th, 1884. Eldest son of 
Rev. W. Hope and Mrs. Davison. Died at Murree 
Military Hospital, Punjab, India. Educated at George 
Watson's College (1894-1901), Edinburgh. 

Assistant at Messrs. Wm. Graham & Co., Manchester, 
from 1902 to 1910, and thereafter at Calcutta. 

Joined the Calcutta Light Horse as trooper in 1913. 
Commissioned, March, 1917, and posted to 2/32nd 
Sikh Pioneers, after having trained at Amballa and 
Rawal Pindi. In August of that year he was ordered 
to proceed with a party to Murree to survey and report 
on a new road. Marching through Monsoon rain for 
three days, he caught a severe chill and was conveyed 
to Murree Military Hospital, suffering from an attack of 
enteric fever. 

He died, after an illness of three weeks, on September 
6th, 1917, and was buried the following day in the new 
Military Cemetery at Murree. 

No portrait of him in his officer's uniform is extant. 
The only available photo, taken in 1914, represents him 
in the uniform of a trooper of the Calcutta Light Horse. 



Wounded 



Name. Regiment. 

Lieut. J. C. Cruikshank - 17th Highland Light Infantry and (later) 

Sth Yorks and Lanes Regiment. 

Pte. G. B. Laughland - - l/5th Highland Light Infantry. 



Calcutta 
Staff 




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Lieut. J. C. CRUIKSHANK. 

17th H.L.I, and (later) 8th Yorks 

and Lanes Regiment. 

Wounded. 



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Pte. G. B. LAUGHLAND. 

l/5th H.L.I. 

Mentioned in despatches. 

Wounded. 



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Lieut. J. C. Cruikshank. 

17th Highland Light Infantry, and (later) 8th Yorks 
and Lanes Regiment. 



Lieut. J. C. Cruikshank joined the 17th Highland Light 
Infantry in September, 1914. He went to France in 
November, 1915, and saw service at the Battles of Hooge, 
the Somme, Contalmaison, Martinpuich, Lesars, Bau- 
paume, and the Messine Ridge. 

Transferred as a cadet in 1916 to the 8th Yorks and 
Lanes Regiment. 

During 1917 he was three times wounded, and was 
subsequently discharged from hospital in January, 1918. 



Pte. G. B. Laughland. 

l/5th Highland Light Infantry. 



Pte. G. B. Laughland was educated at Glasgow High 
School, and subsequently in Germany. 

Within ten days of the outbreak of war he had 
joined the 5th Highland Light Infantry. His battalion 
formed part of the 52nd Division, and he was with it at 
Gallipoli, being severely wounded during the charge at 
Achi Baba, 12th July, 1915. Both boots and part of 
one foot were blown off, and he also suffered several 
wounds in his left leg, and a compound fracture of the 
right knee. 

He was mentioned in despatches and recom- 
mended for the Distinguished Conduct Medal. He was 
discharged on account of his wounds on 15th August, 
1916. 



Serving 



Name. 
2nd Lieut. P. Barker 
2nd Lieut. C. L. R. Barrett 
2nd Lieut. W. S. Fairlie 
Capt. A. N. Henderson - 

Capt. W. Kinloch - 
Capt. T. F. Johnson 



Regiment. 

l/50th Kumaon Rifles. 

7th Cavalry. 

3/9th Bhopal Infantry. 

Supply and Transport Corps 
(Indian Army). 

9th Hodson's Horse. 

36th Jacob's Horse. 



Uncovenanted Staff. 



Name. 

Lieut. C. Maloney - 
Pte. S. Pugh - 
Sergt. D. Richer 
Capt. G. St. J. Neal 



Regiment. 
102nd K.E.O. Grenadiers. 



(no photo) 



1st (King's) Dragoon Guards. 
75th Carnatic Infantry. 



Calcutta 
Staff 



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2nd Lieut. P. BARKER. 

l/50th Kumaon Rifles. 

Indian Army Reserve of Officers. 



2nd Lieut. C. L. R. BARRETT. 

7th Cavalry. . 
Indian Army Reserve of Officers. 





2nd Lieut. W. S. FAIRLIE. 

3/9th Bhopal Infantry. 

Indian Army Reserve of Officers. 



Capt. A. N. HENDERSON. 

Supply and Transport Corps 

(Indian Army). 

Indian Army Reserve of Officers. 



2nd Lieut. P. Barker. 

3/9th Bhopal Infantry and (later) 
l/50th Kumaon Rifles. 

2nd Lieut. P. Barker joined on 26th June, 1918, and 
was attached to 3/9th Bhopal Infantry, Fort William, 
Calcutta ; then transferred to Officers' Training School, 
Subathu, after which he was posted to l/50th Kumaon 
Rifles at Sitoli, Almora, United Provinces. Released 
from military duty, 31st March, 1919. 



2nd Lieut. C. L. R. Barrett. 

7th Cavalry. 

2nd Lieut. C. L. R. Barrett joined the Indian Army 
Reserve of Officers in 1917. Stationed at Secunderabad 
with the 7th Cavalry. 

2nd Lieut. W. S. Fairlie. 

3/9th Bhopal Infantry. 

2nd Lieut. W. S. Fairlie joined the Indian Army Reserve 
of Officers in 1918. Attached 3/9th Bhopal Infantry, 
Fort William, Calcutta, then transferred to Officers' 
Training School at Nasik, and on cessation of hostilities 
was demobilised in March, 1919. 

- * - 

Capt, A. N. Henderson. 

Supply and Transport Corps (Indian Army). 

Capt. A. N. Henderson joined the Indian Army Reserve 
of Officers in April, 1917, and was attached Supply and 
Transport Corps, Base Depot, Karachi. He proceeded 
to Busra, conducting a Mule Corps, in August, 1917, 
returning to Karachi early in October, 1917. Took over 
charge from Embarkation Supply Officer, Military 
Forwarding Officer, &c, in January, 1918, and promoted 
to the rank of Captain. Held this appointment till 
demobilisation in April, 1919. 



Capt. W. Kinloch. 

9th Hodson's Horse. 

Capt. Kinloch, who had served prior to the war in the 
Calcutta Light Horse, joined the Indian Army Reserve 
of Officers in August, 1915. He was attached to the 
11th K.E.O. Lancers, and served with them at Delhi, 
and on the North-west Frontier. 

In May, 1916, he went to France, and was there 
posted to the 9th Hodson's Horse. The regiment 
remained in France until the Spring of 1918, when 
they proceeded to Palestine, and Capt. Kinloch therefore 
saw service in that country also. 

* 

Capt. T. F. Johnson. 

36th Jacob's Horse. 

Capt. T. F. Johnson joined the Indian Army Reserve 
of Officers in August, 1915, and was attached to the 
37th Lancers (Baluch Horse) at Jullunder. In April, 
1916, he was transferred to the 9th Hodson's Horse, and 
became Adjutant of the Depot at Amballa. Proceeding 
to France in June, 1916, he joined the 36th Jacob's 
Horse, and went with them from France to Palestine in 
March, 1918. Capt. Johnson commanded a squadron 
from May, 1918, onwards, and was demobilised in June, 
1919. 



Calcutta 
Staff 



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Capt. W. KINLOCH. 

9th Hodson's Horse. 

Indian Army Reserve of Officers. 



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Capt. T. F. JOHNSON. 

36th Jacob's Horse. 

Indian Army Reserve of Officers. 



Calcutta 
(Uncovenanted Staff) 



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Lieut. C. MALONEY. 

102nd K.E.O. Grenadiers. 

Indian Army Reserve of Officers, 



Pte. S. PUGH. 
Indian Cavalry Corps. 




Sergt. D. RICHER. 
1st. (King's) Dragoon Guards. 



Lieut. C. Maloney. 

102nd K.E.O. Grenadiers. 

Lieut. C. Maloney obtained his Commission as 2nd 
Lieut, in the Indian Army Reserve of Officers in 1917, 
and was attached to the 113th Infantry at Santa Cruz, 
Bombay. At the end of 1917 he volunteered for field 
service, and on arrival at Busra was posted to 102nd 
K.E.O. Grenadiers. He was promoted Lieut, in 1918. 



Pte. S. Pugh. 



Pte. S. Pugh joined in 1915 and was with the 8th 
Indian Division Corps at La Bassee, France. The Indian 
Corps having left for the East, he was transferred to the 
Indian Cavalry Corps. In London Hospital for four 
months with broken knee. Rejoined 1st Army Corps 
at Lens, France. Left France, September, 1917. 

* 

Sergt. D. Richer. 

1st (King's) Dragoon Guards. 

Sergt. D. Richer was called up as a Reservist on the 
outbreak of war, and employed on Headquarters Staff, 
Calcutta, Presidency Brigade, 8th (Lucknow) Division, 
Fort William, Calcutta. 



Capt. G. St. J. Neal. 

75th Carnatic Infantry. (No photo). 

Capt. G. St. J. Neal joined the Indian Army Reserve 
of Officers in 1917 with the rank of Lieut, and was 
attached to the 75th Carnatic Infantry. He was trans- 
ferred to Bangalore, where he acted as Adjutant to 
one of the battalions there. Last heard of with the 
Aden Expeditionary Force. 



Those on Volunteer Service. 



Partners . 

Major Sir W. E. Crum, O.B.E. - 3rd Calcutta Light Horse. 

Capt. N. Birrell - 44th Calcutta Scottish I.D.F. 

Staff. 

Capt. E. S. Behrend - - - 37th Calcutta Battalion I.D.F. 

Pte. J. H. Gordon - - - 44th Calcutta Scottish I.D.F. 

Pte. F. Gould - 5th Calcutta Battalion I.D.F. 

(Not included in group) . 

Pte. E. L. Kelly -."--- 44th Calcutta Scottish I.D.F. 

Pte. D. Meik ----- 44th Calcutta Scottish I.D.F. 

Pte. R. Reynolds - 37th Calcutta Battalion I.D.F. 

Pte. C. O. Small - 5th Calcutta Battalion I.D.F. 

Pte. S. H. Squire - - - 44th Calcutta Scottish I.D.F. 

(Not included in group). 

Pte. M. B. Stewart - - - 44th Calcutta Scottish I.D.F. 



Calcutta 




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Major Sir W. E. CRUM, O.B.E. 
3rd Calcutta Light Horse. 




Calcutta 




44th Calcutta Scottish Indian Defence Force. 




Calcutta 




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LONDON. 



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Those who have Fallen. 



Indents Department (Indian) . 
2nd Lieut. Niel C. Dawson 
2nd Lieut. E. T. Martin - 

Casli Department. 

Pte. W. L. Butler - 



16th Sherwood Foresters. 

Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry 

(attached 8th King's Own Yorkshire 

Light Infantry). 



13th London Regiment 

(Kensingtons) 



Typist Department. 

Rifleman O. G. Newmarch - - 2nd Rifle Brigade. 
Capt. V. W. Harrison (no photo) Royal Air Force. 



Cable Department. 

2nd Lieut. T. Townsend 



1st East Yorks Regiment. 



London 
Staff 




2nd Lieut. NIEL C. DAWSON. 
16th Sherwood Foresters. 
Killed in action, 11th July, 1916. 



2nd Lieut. Niel C. Dawson. 

16th Sherwood Foresters. 



2nd Lieut. Dawson, Indents Department, at the com- 
mencement of the War applied for a Commission, and 
was gazetted to the Border Regiment, but was shortly 
afterwards transferred to the Sherwood Foresters. In 
the spring of 1916, after a course of instruction in an 
Artillery School in France, he was attached to a Trench 
Mortar Battery. 

His Colonel testified to his pluckiness and zeal. 
His Captain reported : — ■" We have never had a more 
hard-working and competent Platoon Commander." 
More than one officer said that he would have been deco- 
rated had he lived through his first great battle. On 
11th July, 1916, fighting his gun to the last, he had his 
leg shattered by a shell. Weakened by loss of blood he 
sank under chloroform in hospital during the night. 



2nd Lieut. Eric Tomlinson Martin. 

Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. 



2nd Lieut. Martin, Indents Department. Joined one of 
the battalions of the London Regiment at the outbreak 
of war. He went through the usual training, and was 
then granted a Commission in the Duke of Cornwall's 
Light Infantry. After a further period of training, mainly 
at Wareham, he was attached for Active Service to the 
8th King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. 

In the attack on Le Sars (south-west of Eapaume), 
on the morning of October 1st, 1916, he was about to 
lead his platoon into action when he was killed by a 
shell. His Colonel wrote that he was very popular in 
the Battalion, and showed great promise. "You will be 
glad to know that, had he lived, he would undoubtedly 
have quickly earned promotion. He was an entirely 
reliable officer." 



London 
Staff 




2nd Lieut. ERIC T. MARTIN. 

Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry 

[attached to 8th King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry). 

Killed in action, 1st October, 1916. 



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London 
Staff 




Pte. WILLIAM LEWIS BUTLER. 
13th (Kensingtons) Battalion London Regiment (T.F. 
Killed in action, 19th April, 1915. 



Pte. William Lewis Butler. 

13th (Kensingtons) Battalion London Regiment (T.F.). 



Pte. Butler, Cash Department. Joined 13th (Kensingtons) 
Battalion London Regiment (T.F.) in September, 1914, 
and proceeded to France in March, 1915. He was 
killed in action on 19th April, 1915. 



Rifleman Owen Geoffrey Newmarch. 

2nd Battalion Rifle Brigade. 



Rifleman Owen Geoffrey Newmarch, Typist Depart- 
ment (who before the War was in the ranks of the 
London Rifle Brigade), joined the Rifle Brigade at the 
outbreak of war. In October, 1914, he was engaged on 
coast defence in the Isle of Sheppey, whence he pro- 
ceeded to France in February, 1915, with the 2nd Bat- 
talion of his regiment. From Havre his regiment was 
despatched to the Front as reinforcements just after the 
Battle of Neuve Chapelle. At dawn on Sunday, the 9th 
May, the 2nd Rifle Brigade, together with the Irish 
Rifles, attacked the German trenches at Fromilles, near 
Festubert. They captured and went beyond the first 
enemy position, but could not maintain their ground 
owing to heavy casualties, and as the Germans had 
advanced on both flanks, they had to fall back over 
open ground and under very heavy fire. Only 150 out 
of 1100 men of the 2nd Rifle Brigade got back to the 
British lines. The last that was known of Rifleman 
Newmarch was that he and half-a-dozen others reached, 
and attempted to fortify, a small building — their objec- 
tive — but none of these men survived, and nothing was 
ever ascertained as to the manner of their death. The 
Corporal who led the men was severely wounded outside 
the building, and can give no further particulars beyond 
the above account. 



London 
Staff 




Rifleman OWEN G. NEWMARCH, 

2nd Battalion Rifle Brigade. 

Killed in action, 9th May, 1915. 



London 
Staff 




2nd Lieut. T. TOWNSEND. 

1st East Yorks Regiment. 

Killed in action, 4th June, 1916. 




2nd Lieut. T. Townsend. 

1st East Yorks Regiment. 



2nd Lieut. Townsend, Cab'e Department. Joined the 
1st Battalion Artists' Rifles on the declaration of war, 
and proceeded to France in October, 1914. He was 
gazetted to the 1st East Yorks Regiment in August, 1915, 
and was killed in action on 4th June, 1916. 



Of the following Member of Staff who fell 
we have no photograph. 



Capt. V. W. Harrison. 

Flying Corps. 

Capt. V. W. Harrison, Typist Department, was in the 
Flying Corps. He "crashed'' in France, and sustained 
very serious injury, and for a long time his life was 
despaired of. On his sick-bed he received his Cap- 
taincy. Unfortunately he was accidentally drowned, 
while on holiday, early in 1919. 



Wounded. 



Produce Department. 

Lieut. C. F. Meehan 
L/Cpl. H. G. Walker 



2/42nd Delhi Regiment. 

2/1 lth London Regiment (Finsbury). 



Shipping Department . 
Lieut. J. A. Freeman 
Pte. F. A. Wingrove 

Indents Department . 

Gunner H. S. Thorn - 
Pte. M. C. Allan 

Lieut. J. C. N. Low - 



Bedford Regiment. 

London Regiment 

(City of London Fusiliers). 



Royal Field Artillery. 

2/3rd County of London Yeomanry 
(Sharpshooters). 



Machine Gun Corps. 



Cash Department . 

Lieut. R. W. Gale 

Lieut. J. D. Stephens 

Postage Department. 

Gunner E. D. Smith - 



London Regiment 
(11th City of London Fusiliers). 

King's Own Yorkshire 

Light Infantry. 



Royal Field Aritillery. 



Cables Department. 

Pte. H. T. Harriss 



2/13th London Regiment 

(Kensingtons). 



London 
Staff 




Lieut. CECIL F, MEEHAN. 
2/42nd Delhi Regiment. 

Wounded. 



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L/Cpl. H. G. WALKER. 

2/1 lth London Regiment 
(Finsbury). 

Wounded. 



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Lieut. Cecil F. Meehan 

2/42nd Delhi Regiment. 



Lieut. Meehan was an Assistant in the Produce Depart- 
ment, and joined the Army in August, 1914. 






L/Cpl. H. G. Walker. 

2/llth London Regiment (Finsbury 1 



L/Cpl. Walker, Produce Department. Joined the London 
Regiment in November, 1916, and saw service in France. 
He was wounded in the wrist by a gas shell at Senlis. 



Lieut. J. A, Freeman, 

Bedford Regiment. 



Lieut. Freeman, Shipping Department. Joined the 
Bedfordshire Regiment in May, 1915, and subsequently 
saw service in France, where he was wounded. 



Pte. F. A. Wingrove, 

City of London Fusiliers. 



Pte. Wingrove, Shipping Department. Joined the London 
Territorials in August, 1914, and saw service in France, 
where he was wounded. 






London 
Staff 




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Lieut. J. A. FREEMAN, 

Bedford Regiment. 



Wounded. 



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Pte. F. A. WIN GROVE. 
City of London Fusiliers 



Wounded. 



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Staff 




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Gunner H. S. THORN. 
City of London Royal Field Artillery. 

Wounded. 



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Pte. M. C. ALLAN. 

2/3rd County of London Yeomanry 
(Sharpshooters). 

Gassed. 



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Gunner H. S. Thorn, 

City of London Royal Field Artillery. 



Gunner Thorn, Indents Department. Joined the Artillery 
in September, 1914, and saw service in France, where 
he was wounded. 



Pte. M. C. Allan. 

2/3rd County of London Yeomanry (Sharpshooters). 



Pte. Allan, Indents Department. Joined the Yeomanry 
in March, 1917, and saw service in France, where he 
was gassed on 24th March, 1918. 



Lieut. J. C. N. Low. 

Machine Gun Corps. 



Lieut. Low, Indents Department, joined the Army in 
May, 1915, and saw service in France, where he was 
wounded. 



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Lieut. R. W. Gale. 

11th City of London Fusiliers. 



Lieut. Gale, Cash Department. Joined the London 
Territorials in November, 1914, and saw service in 
France, where he was wounded. 






London 
Staff 




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Lieut. J. C. N. LOW. 
Machine Gun Corps. 

Wounded. 



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Lieut. R. W. GALE. 
11th City of London Fusiliers. 

Wounded. 



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Staff 



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Lieut. J. D. STEPHENS. 
King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. 

Wounded. 



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Gunner E. D. SMITH. 

2/lst City of London Royal Field 
Artillery. 

Wounded. 



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Lieut. J. D. Stephens. 

King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. 



Lieut. Stephens, Cash Department. Joined the Army in 
November, 1915, and saw service in France, where he 
was wounded. 



Gunner E. D. Smith. 

2/lst City of London Royal Field Artillery 



Gunner Smith, Postage Department. Joined the Royal 
Field Artillery in August, 1914. He was wounded by 
a shell in the left arm in Belgium on 19th December, 1917. 



Pte. H. T. Harriss. 

2/13th London Regiment (Kensingtons). 



Pte. Harriss, Cables Department. Joined the London 
Regiment on the 2nd September, 1914, and served in 
Egypt and Palestine. He was wounded at Tel-el-Sheria 
on 6th November, 1917. 



London 
Staff 




Serving 



Produce Department . 

Cpl. R. W. Godfrey - 
Cpl. S. Perry - 
Lieut. V. H. Noel 

Ldg. /Signalman W, S. Clark 

Shipping Department. 

Cadet H. J. Green - 
Sergt. R. L. Kirk 
A/B. T. Martin - 
1st Pte. L. C. Nicholls 
Instructor L. G. Dann 



Army Pay Corps. 

Royal Air Force. 

City of London Yeomanry 

(Rough-riders). 

Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve 
(London Division). 



Royal Air Force. 

London Regiment (Kensingtons). 

1st Naval Brigade. 

Royal Air Force. 

Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve 



2nd Lieut. D. E. Sandeman (no photo) Royal Army Service Corps. 



Indents Department. 
Pte. A. Clark 



Pte. B. L. Watson 
L/Cpl. A. Cockshott 

Pte. S. A. Murrells 



London Regiment 

(City of London Fusiliers). 

East Surrey Regiment. 

London Regiment (Kensingtons). 

62nd Battalion Machine Gun Corps. 



Book-keeping Department. 

2nd Lieut. G. M. Hardie - - - 3rd Buffs (East Kent Regiment). 
Cpl. F. W. Gill - Royal Air Force. 

Gunner D. C. Lyell - (no photo) Royal Garrison Artillery. 



Telephone Department . 
Sergt. S. White - 



County of London Regiment. 



Those on Volunteer Service. 



Major J. M. Dick. 
Cpl. A. W. Godfrey. 
Cpl. S. Perry. 



Pte. W. F. DUNSTERYILI.E. 
Pte. C. M. Brown. 



London 
Staff 



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Cpl. R. W. GODFREY. 
Army Pay Corps. 



Cpl. S. PERRY. 
Royal Air Force. 




Lieut. VICTOR H. NOEL. 

City of London Yeomanry 
(Rough-riders). 



Ldg. /Signalman W. S. CLARK. 
R.N.V.R. (London Division). 



Cpl. R. W. Godfrey. 

Army Pay Corps. 

Pte. Godfrey, Produce Department. Joined the Army in 
October, 1916. 



Cpl. S. Perry. 

Royal Air Force. 

Cpl. S. Perry, Produce Department. Joined the Army in 
September, 1916. 

* 

Lieut. Victor H. Noel. 

City of London Yeomanry (Rough-riders). 

Lieut. Noel, Produce Department. Joined the City of 
London Yeomanry in August, 1914, and was given a 
Commission in 1918. 



* 



Ldg. /Signalman W, S. Clark, 

Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve (London Division) . 

Signalman W. S. Clark, Produce Department. Joined the 
Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve in September, 1914. 



Cadet H. J. Green, 

Royal Air Force. 

Cadet Green, Shipping Department. Joined up in July, 
1916. 



Sergt. R. L. Kirk. 

2/13th London Regiment (Kensingtons). 

Sergt. Kirk, Shipping Department. Joined up in August, 
1914, and has seen service in France, Salonica, Egypt, 
and Palestine. 



A/B. Seaman Thomas Martin. 

1st Naval Brigade. 

A/B. Seaman Thomas Martin, Shipping Department. 
Joined the Naval Division in August, 1914, and was 
subsequently interned in Holland. 



1st Pte. L. C. Nicholls. 

Royal Air Force. 

Pte. Nicholls, Shipping Department. Joined up in 
May, 1917. 



London 
Staff 



Cadet H. J. GREEN 
Royal Air Force. 







Sergt. R. L. KIRK. 

2/13th London Regiment 
(Kensingtons). 




A/B. THOMAS MARTIN. 
1st Naval Brigade. 



1st Pte. L. C. NICHOLLS. 
Royal Air Force. 



London 
Staff 



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Instructor L. G. DANN. 
R.N.V.R. 



Pte. ANDREW CLARK. 
City of London Fusiliers. 



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Pte. B. L. WATSON. 
East Surrey Regiment. 



L/Cpi. A. COCKSHOTT. 
2/13th London Regiment. 



Instructor L, G. Dann, 

Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. 

Instructor Dann, Shipping Department. Joined the 
R.N.V.R. in July, 1917. 



Pte. Andrew Clark. 

City of London Fusiliers. 

Pte. Clark, Indents Department. Joined the London 
Territorials in September, 1914, and served with them 
in France. 



Pte. B. L. Watson. 

East Surrey Regiment. 

Pte. Watson, Indents Department. Joined the East 
Surrey Regiment in April, 1916, and served in India. 

* 

L/Cpl. A. Cockshott. 

2/13th London Regiment (Kensingtons). 

L/Cpl. Cockshott, Indents Department. Joined up in 
September, 1914, and has seen service in France, 
Salonica, Egypt, and Palestine. 



2nd Lieut. G. M. Hardie. 

3rd Buffs (East Kent Regiment). 

Lieut. Hardie, Book-keeping Department. Joined the 
Queen's Westminster Rifles in February, 1917, and was 
transferred to the 3rd Buffs (East Kent Regiment). 



C P 1. F. W. Gill. 

Royal Air Force. 

Cpl. Gill was a typist in our Book-keeping Department. 
He joined up in August, 1916, and saw service in 
France. 

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Sergt. S. White. 

l/25th County of London Regiment. 

Sergt. White, Telephone Department. Joined the County 
of London Regiment in August, 1914, and saw service in 
India and South Persia. 

.* 

Pte. S. A. Murrells. 

62nd Battalion Machine Gun Corps. 

Pte. Murrells, Indents Department. Enlisted 2nd 
August, 1918, but being under age was not eligible for 
foreign service. 



London 
Staff 



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2nd Lieut. G. M. HARDIE. 

3rd Buffs 

(East Kent Regiment). 



Cpl. F. W. GILL. 
Royal Air Force. 



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Sergt. S. WHITE. 
l/25th County of London Regiment. 




Pte. S. A. MURRELLS. 
62nd Batt. Machine Gun Corps. 



London 




Major J. M. DICK. 
Commandant 19th Battalion County of London Volunteer Regiment. 




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Of the following Members of the Staff who served during 
the War we have no photograph : — 



Shipping Department. 

2nd Lieut. D. E. SANDEMAN, Royal Army Service Corps. 

Book-keeping Department. 

Gunner D. C. LYELL, Royal Garrison Artillery. 



Donald Graham & Co., 

KARACHI. 



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Wounded. 

Capt. R. A. Robertson - - - 2/3rd Q.A.O. Gurkha Rifles. 



Serving. 

Lieut. J. U. T. Shuttleworth 31st Duke of Connaught's Own Lancers. 



Indian Defence Force 

Q.M./Sergt.. H. G. Houghton. 

Pte. W. L. Clement. 

Pte. J. B. Stevenson (no photo). 



Karachi 
Staff 




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Capt. R. A. ROBERTSON. 

2/3rd Queen Alexandra's Own 
Gurkha Rifles. 

Wounded. 

Twice mentioned in despatches. 



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Lieut. J. U. T. SHUTTLEWORTH. 
31st Duke of Connaught's Own 
Lancers (Indian Army). 

Invalided. 



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Capt. R. A, Robertson, 

2 3rd Queen Alexandra's Own Gurkha Rifles. 



Capt. Robertson joined the Indian Army Reserve of 
Officers in February, 1915, and was attached to the 
I 3rd Q.A.O. Gurkha Rifles. He served with this 
regiment in France from July to November, 1915, 
and thereafter in Egypt and Palestine, being wounded 
at the Battle of Gaza, 13th November, 1917. Capt. 
Robertson was twice mentioned in despatches. 



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Lieut. J, U, T. Shuttleworth, 

31st Duke of Connaught's Own Lancers (Indian Army). 



Lieut. Shuttleworth joined the Sind Volunteer Rifles 
in 1915, but transferred in November, 1916, to the 
Indian Army Reserve of Officers, and was attached 
to the 31st Lancers who were then at Kohat, N.W.F.P. 
In January, 1917, the regiment was transferred to 
Bannu, N.W.F.P., and became part of the Waziristan 
Field Force, operating against the Mahsuds. In 
October of that year they proceeded to Mesopotamia 
and became part of the 11th Cavalry Brigade, and 
during 1918 were at Nedjef (January-February), 
Euphrates, Hit, Khan Baghdadi, Anah (March- April). 
In July, 1918, Lieut. Shuttleworth entered hospital 
at Baghdad suffering from malarial fever. In Sep- 
tember he was transferred to Bombay, and in Decem- 
ber was invalided to England. He was promoted 
Lieutenant on 13th November, 1917. 



Karachi 




Karachi 
Staff 




J. & F. Graham & Co., 

RANGOON. 



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Staff. 



Capt. H. F. Lang 
Major M. B. Hicks 



•erving, 



- 19th Lancers (Indian Army), 
(no photo) Royal Field Artillery. 



Uncovenanted Staff. 

Lieut. C. W. Stevens 



(no photo) 82nd Punjabis. 



Indian Defence Force. 



Pte. G. W. Wilson. 
Capt. A. M'Keand. 
Pte. T. Anderson. 
Gunner R. Roller. 



Cadet A. Henry. 
Pte. F. Menezes. 
L/Cpl. L. H. Penfold. 
2nd Lieut. A. M. Rogerson. 



Sergt. W. F. Sutherland (not included in group). 



Rangoon 
Staff 




Capt, H, F, Lang, 

19th Lancers (Indian Army). 



Capt. Lang joined the 28th Light Cavalry at Quetta 
on the 21st November, 1914. He sailed for France 
on the 29th March, 1915, and arrived at Marseilles on 
the 21st April. 

He joined the 19th Lancers (Indian Army) in 
August and was Regimental Signalling Officer from 
January to May, 1916. 

From May, 1916, to March, 1918, he served as 
Divisional Gas Officer with the Headquarers of the 
1st Indian Cavalry Division (afterwards 4th Cavalry 
Division). 

In March, 1918, he was seconded to the Royal 
Engineers, and employed in Gas Service at General 
Headquarters. From May to December, 1918, 
Gas Services Headquarters 4th Army, and from 
December, 1918, to January, 1919, he was with Gas 
Services 42nd Division. 

He was gazetted 2nd Lieutenant, 21st November, 
1914, and promoted Lieutenant, 20th August, 1915, 
and Captain, 20-th August, 1918. 



Staff 



Of the following we have no photograph 

Major M. B. Hicks. 

Royal Field Artillery. 



Major Hicks joined the Artillery in December, 1916. 
He commanded a battery from 21st December, 1916, 
to 12th January, 1919. He was mentioned in 
despatches from the Mesopotamian Expeditionary 
Force, 3rd October, 1918. 



Uncovenanted Staff 

Lieut. C. W. Stevens. 

82nd Punjabis. 



Lieut. Stevens joined up in September, 1918, was 
sent to an Officers' Training School in India — we 
believe at Bangalore — and was later posted to the 
Supply and Transport at Peshawar. 

The only news we have had of Lieut. Stevens 
was a letter from the Secretary, Employment and 
Labour Bureau, Burma, two months ago, stating that 
Lieut. Stevens, 82nd Punjabis, wished to be demo- 
bilised, and asking if we were willing to take him 
back again, to which we replied in the affirmative. 
We know nothing of Lieut. Stevens' whereabouts. 



Rangoon 




Pte. G. W. Wilson 
Indian Defence Force. 



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Rangoon 




Capt/ A. .M'KEAND. 
Indian Defence Force. 



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